ADI’ Compact, High-Performance ADA4355 Photodetector Now at Mouser


Mouser Electronics is now stocking the new ADA4355 photodetector receiver μModule from Analog Devices, Inc. Housed in an ultra-small package that saves board space by up to 75 percent, the ADA4355 includes all the required active and passive components to realize a complete data acquisition solution for a range of general-purpose applications, as well as specific use cases for communications , instrumentation , aerospace, and defense.

The Analog Devices ADA4355 μModule, available from Mouser Electronics, delivers instrument-level performance for measuring high-speed and low-level currents, from microamperes to picoamperes, that detect closely spaced events in reflectometry applications. The device includes a 14-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a conversion rate of 125 megasamples per second (MSPS) for a current-to-bits solution. The μModule’s analog filter provides reliable noise reduction and anti-alias filtering, offering a selectable LPF bandwidth of 1.0 MHz or 100 MHz.

The ADA4355 is supported by the EVAL-ADA4355EBZ evaluation board which, when combined with a user-supplied Xilinx KC705 FPGA evaluation kit, creates a full evaluation platform that provides the memory, processing power, and GPIOs to perform all control and data manipulation functions. Engineers can use the EVAL-ADA4355EBZ evaluation board for current-to-voltage conversion, mass spectroscopy, chemical analyzers, and time-of-flight applications.

As a global authorized distributor, Mouser offers the wide selection of the newest semiconductors and electronic components — in stock and ready to ship. Mouser’s customers can expect 100% certified, genuine products that are fully traceable from each of its manufacturer partners. To help speed customers’ designs, Mouser’s website hosts an extensive library of technical resources, including a Technical Resource Center , along with product data sheets, supplier-specific reference designs, application notes, technical design information, engineering tools and other helpful information.

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