I'd like to know what are the main differences between AD5310 and AD5601? The nanoDac is 0.5 $ and the other one is 2$ but they look very similar!
Thanks for the update.
Does this mean that the EVAL-ADMV1014 evaluation board can damage the ADMV1014?
You've directly connected a AD5601 which can drive to 3V3 to the VCTRL pin of the ADMV1014. The software does not stop me setting…
I doubt the drift of the DAC will be the limiting factor for your system. The effect of the DAC drift will be divided by the gain of the instrumentation amplifier. I pulled up an inexpensive DAC from the ADI website: the AD5601, which has 5 uV…
nanoDACs are a portfolio of products which combine small package, low power and low cost digital to analog conversion.
nanoDACs are monotonic DACs which can be powered off a single 3V or 5V supply and are available in the industries smallest packages…
It must be stressed that depending on the application performance requirements, all nanoDACs can be used in both open and closed loop systems.
In an open loop application the DAC drives the load (a valve or an actuator, for example) directly while in…