I have a strange issue with the AD5624R on my first test board. I'm using a 3.3v supply and I'm trying to use the internal reference. The output of DAC_A is loaded with a series 100 ohm resistor that feeds into an opamp.
To activate the internal…
Yes, The AD5624 and AD5664 are the non-reference options of the AD5624R and AD5664R.
The paddle should be connected to GND. This will also apply to the AD5624R/AD5644R/AD5664R
Just want to be sure, are you using AD5724? Or is it AD5724R?
AD5624R's Power Control Register [DB4] is assigned as PUref, which has a default value of 0 which means the internal reference is in power-down mode, it needs to be set to 1 to power…
Unfortunately, I could not find any code example for /SYNC synchronisation.
The following link refers to the ADSP-BF59X Blackfin Processor in which file there are some programming examples for the SPORT Controller.
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We are using AD5624RBCPZ-5R2 in our design.
We have connected the VDD(Pin 9) pin to 5v.
Now we want to control AD5624RBCPZ-5R2 using SPI signals which is connected to FPGA bank which is powered by 3.3v.
Will there be any problem in our approach?
The AD5664R has two on-chip reference options available, 1.25V and 2.5V. What is the recommended supply voltage in each case?