Hi,I want to control the output with I2C.The pin settings are as follows:LDAC = Low, CLR = High, POR = Low, VDD = 5VAfter writing 0x01 to the 0x38(internal reference on) register, Ref Voltage(2.5V) is output.However, 4V is output from VoutA,B,C,D.(Gradually…
I want to control the output with I2C.
The pin settings are as follows:
LDAC = Low, CLR = High, POR = Low, VDD = 5V
After writing 0x01 to the 0x38(internal reference on) register, Ref Voltage(2.5V) is output.
However, 4V is output from VoutA,B,C,D…
I am using AD5625R for generating reference voltages. But I am unable to generate the voltages. I thick there is some probl. with I2C Coding using 8051 microcontroller. I need the code to generate the voltages
We have been trying to get the AD5625R DAC (with I2C) to work, we have spent more than a week trying to implement the datasheet instructions, but with no success. Can you give us some hands on this please.
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