Question when using an external reference for the AD5317R.Does the AD5317R allow references other than 2.5 V?Can I use the power supply voltage 5 V, REF = 5 V?
AD5317R and external reference
You can use switch to avoid the two references being connected to the pin at the same time. I advise you to use a switch that will provide minimal drop when "on" . And if the AD5317R is the only load for the ADR425, then it is best to connect the…
The internal reference's output is buffered, though some buffer opamps offer some kind of protection to avoid damaging the device. I highly discourage you to supply the Vref pin when it is set as an output pin, since it could damage the device…
Sorry, I am sorry, I overlooked that a similar discussion exists.I read the link. I understand.We will choose a means to insert a 1 kΩ to 3.3 kΩ resistor in series with the reference pin.Thank you.
Yes you can use 2.048V and 4.096V external references.
Please check these thread, should be applicable to your case too:
Yes, DC error in the specifications table of the datasheet includes the error contributed by the DAC output amplifier.
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