AD5681R: Tiny 12-Bit SPI nanoDAC+, with ±1 LSB INL and 2 ppm/°C Reference
AD5682R: Tiny 14-Bit SPI nanoDAC+, with ±2 LSB INL and 2 ppm/°C Reference
AD5683: Tiny 16-Bit SPI nanoDAC+, with ±2 (16-Bit) LSB INL
The AD5694RBCPZ uses a 3mm x 3mm, 16-lead LFCSP. It is shown in Figure 61 in page 27 of the AD5694R Data Sheet.
I would like to confirm a thing. Is it possible for you to check?
I think CPU should be master, DAC should be slave.
During READ OPERATION, master and slave are changed.
According to the timing chart of P22 on the datasheet of AD5694R…
The new quad AD5686R/AD5685R/AD5684R nanoDAC+TM is a family of 16-bit/14-bit/12-bit, rail-to-rail, voltage output DACs. This family offers huge performance in a tiny package.
What is new?
The nanoDAC+TM family employ a new addressing scheme that allows…
Q1. What is new?
A1. The nanoDAC+(TM) family offers improved analog performance in terms of INL and glitch energy specifications.. Some members of the family, those with a part number ending in 'R', for example AD5686R, include a low drift 2.5V…