We are using AD7607 to design a data acquisition system. Unfortunately, all the output signals voltage have a -5VDC drift. (e.g. Input=0V, AD7606 output=-5V; Input=2.5V, AD7607 output=-2.5V; Input=5V, AD7607 output=0V, etc.) Would you please help…
AD7607 code = +/-Vin / 2.5V (REF) * 2^13
Thank you very much for your response!
I understood about AD7606.
How about AD7607 Fig 36.
Is it should be same as AD7607 Fig 40? (Upper REFCAPB should be REFCAPA?)
Thank you for your help.
We wil try to study to put your AD7607 on our product.
So I have a couple of questions for you as following.
What does AD7607 need to finish the all 8ch data reading?
When the BUSY reverse H to L, then AD7607 finish to read correct…
can i replace ad7607 with ad7606 ,without change pcb,
to obtain data change from 14bit to 16bit ,
Please help to share the AD7607 Evaluation Board schematic and BOM Details.
Please do the needful.
You may use multiple AD7607 using with your microcontroller but there are ADC pins that can be shared and there are others that need to have separate. Like the CS, this signal frames the data of the ADC, to frame the data of the specific ADC…
From what I understand, you are using the AD7607, but the problem is that from your set up, it looks like the anti aliasing filter doesn't work. Can you share to us your schematic? So we may have a better understanding of the problem.
One of my customer is considering to use AD7607 ADC.
He is now calculating maximum DC error of AD7607 for +/- 10V input range and internal reference condition.
One question, what the definition of “Total unadjusted error (TUE)” is?
I would recommend the AD7607 for your application. It is an 8-channel, 14-bit, bipolar input, simultaneous sampling ADC with flexible parallel/serial interface. It has a throughput rate of 200kSPS. You have the option of retrieving conversion…