You need to close the opamp loop so, the answer is no.
Say that, you can use the AD5683R....
No, im sorry... the voltage reference requires higher extra headroom to operate properly... May I recommend the AD5683R as a substitute?
Sorry but we do not have AD5983 product, do you mean AD5683R?
Can you please create another question thread for this query? Thanks!
Stephen, I ended up driving an ADA4700 with an AD5683R. This combination provides precise setting of the output voltage. In future we might use the step attenuator idea. I appreciate your caution regarding resistance change with temperature.
Is there any windows code example in C/C++, C# or VB showing how to talk to AD5683R via SPI or similar fashion? I would like to send commands to the board from my own software and change the output voltage.
Can you explain more what a stall generator is doing?
If you only want to generate an output ranges of 0V-5V and 0V-10V, then you can just use AD5683R which can output 0-2.5V and 0-5V (for a reference of 2.5V), then just an amplifier at the output…
My customers are considering the AD5681R.So I got a question.
Is there data on long-term stability of AD5681R?Especially, I want error data of the initial (about 100 hours) after turning on the power supply.
I found the answer below but I'm happy…
My customer is considering AD5310R.
The AD5310R data sheet says “If SYNC is high after 16 falling clock edges occur, it is interpreted as a valid write and the first 16 bits are loaded to the input shift register.”However, SPI Command Operation…
Unfortunately, and as you have said, we do not have an evaluation board for this part. What you could do is:
Thanks for the hint with the AD5683R/AD5682R/AD5681R/AD5683, which are interestingly smaller than the AD5621 although both are LFCSP and the former has 8 instead of 6 pin (normally I would expect that same package type and more pins would mean bigger…