ADC121S101: ADC121S101 digital output is double of input voltage
Part Number: ADC121S101
My customer have used ADC121S101. And he would like to change 10-bit resolution and smaller package than ADC121S101. Then he is interesting in ADS7041.
The question is - Does ADS7041 have compatible with ADC121S101? (Because he doesn't want to change interface design to ADC.)
I understand ADC121S101 has 3 leading zero bits in front of data but it may be cover by software in host MCU and timing chart may be same between ADC121S101 and ADS7041. I believe SPI interface may have compatible. Is it correct?
There are a couple changes that need to be done, but in the most they can be changed over easily.
The ADC121 requires 16 SCLKs and has 3 leading zeros
The ADS7041 requires 12 SCLKs and has two leading zeros.
If the customer can account for these differences, then it should be fine
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