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Req.-Microcontroller with ADC and USB

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textik

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Does anyone knows a Microcontroller with ADC (16bit,30kHz sampling rate) and USB interface? Something similar to TI-BurrBrown Msc1210 but with previously specified features.
Optionally can work a separate ADC with SPI and uController with SPI and USB.
Many thanks to all

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You can use the TI-BurrBrown Msc1210 and connect a external
usb core like PDIUSB12 from Philips or some of that TUSB xxxx from TI
which support external modes.
I have used successfully TUSB3200 in external mode with different
x51 mcus.

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You can use EZUSB AN2131Q and connect to this an ADC and other devices. The cost of this device is U$S10 in Digikey. This chip is a member of 8051 family with an USB SIE. Regards.
 

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but the cypress chips does not have enough memory for need. I guess have to pick and external high-res adc and external usb.

which external USB is easier to use? TI or philips?


It is hard to find a chip that suit your need 100%. it is better to mix parts.
if 12bits adc, there are tons of microcontrollers out there.


thanks
 

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