Analog Devices Introduces ADSP-CM40x Mixed Signal Control Processors

Analog Devices introduced the ADSP-CM40x mixed-signal control processors. The ADSP-CM40x integrates the industry’s only embedded dual 16-bit A/D converter with up to 14 bits of accuracy together with a 240-MHz floating-point ARM Cortex-M4 processor core. The new ADI ADSP-CM40x devices enable engineers to plug their designs directly into an environment for model-based design using MATLAB and Simulink software. This streamlines the workflow from system modeling to controller deployment to verification and certification.

ADI ADSP-CM40x Mixed Signal Control Processors

  • ADSP-CM408F
    ARM Cortex M4 Mixed-Signal Control Processor with High Precision 16 bit ADCs in 24x24mm 176 lead LQFP
  • ADSP-CM407F
    ARM Cortex M4 Mixed-Signal Control Processor with Precision 16 bit ADCs in 24x24mm 176 lead LQFP
  • ADSP-CM403F
    ARM Cortex M4 Mixed-Signal Control Processor with High Precision 16 bit ADCs in 14x14mm 120 lead LQFP
  • ADSP-CM402F
    ARM Cortex M4 Mixed-Signal Control Processor with Precision 16 bit ADCs in 14x14mm 120 lead LQFP

The ADSP-CM40x series is the first of a new generation of mixed-signal control processors being developed by Analog Devices for precision control applications. In addition to its analog conversion performance and 380-ns conversion speeds, the ADSP-CM40x provides a number of other features such as a full sinc filter implementation to interface directly to isolated sigma-delta modulators (AD7400A/AD7401A) which are used in shunt-based current sensing system architectures. The availability of an on-chip sinc filter eliminates the cost and engineering resources required to implement that function in an FPGA.

The ADSP-CM40x 1Ku per year volume pricing starts at $8.14.

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