What are the differences between the AD5060, AD5061, AD5062 and AD5063 low voltage single channel 16-bit resolution DACs?
We are facing problem regarding SPI communication with AD5062 DAC .
we followed the data communication sequence as per the datasheet .
Ref voltage given to IC is 4.094V.
Pass the digital counts & got the analog voltage as mentioned below-
This is an error in the figure. You only need to connect Vout to the + of the amplifier. The AD5062 is a similar DAC that shows the circuit correctly in figure 43
That is a reasonable approximation. The reference buffer noise may be a bit better. The plot below is from the AD5062 which uses a very similar buffer to the AD5066. A value of 25-30nV/rtHz may be more accurate but 60 is a good value to keep some safety…
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Our customer is studying with your power ADP5062.So he has brought as following questions. I needs your good comment here…
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