What is ST6220L?


This is LOW VOLTAGE 8-BIT ROM MCUs WITH A/D CONVERTER AND 20 PINS.

An analog-to-digital converter (ADC) is an electronic device that converts continuous analog signals into discrete digital signals. Analog signals are continuous signals that vary smoothly over time, while digital signals are discrete signals that are represented by a sequence of discrete values.


[PDF] Complete Technical Details can be found in the ST6220L datasheet provided at this page.


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Here are several types of ADCs, including: Successive approximation ADCs - these are the most common type of ADC and use a binary search algorithm to determine the digital value of the input signal. Flash ADCs - these are the fastest type of ADC, but also the most expensive, as they use a large number of comparators to simultaneously convert the input signal. Delta-sigma ADCs - these are high-resolution ADCs that use oversampling and noise-shaping techniques to achieve high accuracy.

Manufacturers : ST Microelectronics

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STM ST6220L CONVERTER

LOW VOLTAGE 8-BIT ROM MCUs WITH A/D CONVERTER AND 20 PINS


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