• EVAL-AD5541A/42ASDZ connection issue

    Hello,

    I have bought EVAL-AD5541A/42ASDZ and find out cannot connect to computer to evaluate.

    Is that EVAL-SDP-CB1Z is the missing part i needed to order?

    Do EVAL-SDP-CB1Z come with a necessary cable that i can connect to U10 of EVAL-AD5541A/42ASDZ…

  • Which reference should be used with the AD5541A/42A?

    Which reference should I choose to get the best performance from the AD5541A/42A?

  • Where do I tie the exposed paddle on DACs such as the AD5541A, AD5542A, AD5512A, AD5668, AD5628, AD5669 and AD5629 that are packaged in LFCSP?

    Where do I tie the exposed paddle on DACs such as the AD5541A, AD5542A, AD5512A, AD5668, AD5628, AD5669 and AD5629 that are packaged in LFCSP?

  • RE: AD5541A output range

    Using Vdd as Vref is ok. There will be some non-linearity in the last 200 codes or so and you won't get to Vref-1LSB on the output. 1LSB with a 5V reference is 76uV and even with no current draw on the output there will be some voltage drop across the…

  • AD5791 operate voltage

    Hello, 

      I have use AD5541A ( 16 bit DAC ) for a while and have very good use experience with AD5541A.

      now I hope to try their family which is enhance to 18  or 20 bit DAC, that is  AD5791. 

      unfortunately AD5791's positive reference voltage  is recommend…

  • RE: Op amp to drive 10uF capacitor

    Hi James,

    I am the applications engineer supporting the AD5541A. I can't recommend a suitable amplifier, (though someone on this forum should be able to) but I can give some pointers.

    The AD5541A is an R-2R DAC architecture, which means that when…

  • SDP-B + EVAL-AD5541ASDZ

    Hello SDP support team.

    Now I am thinging to purchase SDP-B + EVAL-AD5541ASDZ. With these evaluation boards, I want to produce pure analog sine wave, eg 8kHz. And " pure analog sine wave" means that the wave is low noise, low distortion and low drift…

  • AD5541A glitches every 512 codes

    The AD5541A on our board is producing noise glitches at 512-code intervals.  To be specific, when stepped in increments of 32 DAC codes, starting at mid range (0x8000), we see noise glitches every 16 increments (e.g., at 0x8200, 0x8400, etc.).  I might…