• AD736



  • AD736: Signal range

    I am trying to know AD736 could convert 6kHz-10kH 5msn Pulse signal to RMS


    Yes the AD736 can be used to convert a 6kHz-10kHz 5ms Pulse signal to RMS
  • AD736: Settling time

    I am concerned about the settling time of AD736. I need a settling time shorter
    than 10mS when the input level is below 200mV.
    But it seems very difficult for AD736(or for other RMS-to-DC converter from
    ADI) to meet such a requirement…
  • AD736: Single supply configuration

    The equestion is how to manage the -Vs, COMMON and +Vs pins with a single
    For instance, the COMMON pin of an AD*6*36 is powered with a 20k/39k bridge to
    the +Vs in a single supply-source.


    The specifications for this device…
  • choose the proper values for the external components for AD736

    I just got a question from our customer regarding to the application of AD736.
    They are designing a data acquisition card in which the RMS to DC part is used
    to measure the rms value. The power supply for AD736 is +/-15V, the input
    voltage range…

  • AD736

    Dear Sir,

    Can I able to use AD736 for Both AC Input and DC Input?
    Is it possible to use for both AC and DC Signal Sensing?

    I tested with AC Singal Conversion true RMS to DC working properly, for DC signal Input I am not getting any output.

    Please suggest…

  • Simulation error in LTspice for RMS-to-DC Converter AD8436 and AD736


    As I followed the application note and the datasheet to test the real rms-to-dc converter circuit, I first chose the AD8436 because of its high operating frequency. However the simulation in LTspice always come the similar errors no matter which circuit…

  • Ad736

    Can the use of ad736 solve the erratic display osaro CT current by pic microcontroller? 

  • problem simulating AD736 in ADIsimPE

    Original Question: problem simulating AD736 in ADIsimPE by suryadeopa

    simulating AD736.

    I was trying to simulate AD736 rms to DC converter for 200mV input for fastest settling time. I have attached the circuit below. I might have made mistakes in selecting…