I am using the EVAL-AD5940ELCZ with the sensorPal application. I am confused about the functionallity of the Calibration resistor in Cyclic Voltammetry.
I have noted that on the board the RCAL resistor is value 200 ohms this is also the default value on the sensorPal GUI.
however if I leave it at the default setting I get a much higher current output than I would expect from my sensor 400 uA as opposed to in the range of 0 - 21uA
initial potential 0mv
Final potential 1000mv
Step potential 2.148 uV (default)
Scan rate 100 mv/s
current range to 0uA - 21uA (85K RTIA) this is the range i expect.
Calibration resistor 200 ohm
Are the sensorPal examples only applicable for the on board dummy sensor or can custom sensors be used.
Do need to change the RCAL resistor if using a custom sensor.
I have noticed if I increase the calibration resistor value drastically (on the GUI only) the current output will drop to range that I would expect.
Also should step potential units on the GUI be in mV instead of uV according to AN-1563 "The minimum step size is 537 µV on the AD5940"
[edited by: ian079 at 12:13 PM (GMT 0) on 5 Jun 2019]