Texas Instruments TLC5510AINS, 8 bit Video Encoder ADC 20Msps Parallel 5 V, 24-Pin SOP

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Video Analogue to Digital Converters, Texas Instruments

Analogue to Digital Converters - Texas Instruments

Specifications
Attribute Value
Architecture Semi Flash
Number of ADCs 1
Resolution 8 bit
Sampling Rate 20Msps
Input Signal Type Single Ended
Input Type Voltage
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOP
Pin Count 24
Integral Nonlinearity Error ±1LSB
Digital Interface Type Parallel
Typical Single Supply Voltage 5 V
Height 1.95mm
Dimensions 15 x 5.3 x 1.95mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +75 °C
Length 15mm
Width 5.3mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -20 °C
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