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The AD7794 suggests the use of ADR391 and ADR381 which are 2.5 V micropower low noise voltage reference.
For 3.3V, I suggest you use the ADR4533…
For 3.3V, I suggest you use the ADR4533 which is ultra-low noise but has Is=950uA compared to the ADR391 with Is=120uA.
Yes you can connect…
I'm looking for low-cost,low-noise voltage reference IC for precision ADC.
ADR391/381/361 are matched for my purpose.
So,I'd like to know the value of noise density at 100KHz.
I can see this value only on datasheet of ADR391,however…
The input range is defined by Vref. So, with a 2.5V reference, the input range is +/-2.5V/gain which equals +/-19.5 mV. If you are using an absolute reference, a low-noise reference such as the ADR381/ADR391 should be used.
I have a sensor that provides its value between 0.5V to 2.5V.I am using an AD7789 with 2.5V reference voltage (ADR391) to REF +, ref- grounded. (AGND = DGND = global GND)AIN- to groundAIN + directly to sensor signal
When reading the result of…
As mentioned on the AD7788 datasheet it can have a unipolar and bipolar ranges. The Ain+ input can be referred to the Ain-. As an example, when using 2.5V on Ain-. The input voltage range is from 2.5V to 5V but when it is in bipolar mode the…
I am using AD5445 to generate output voltage 0-1.25V from a single 5V supply.
I literally implemented circuit from the figure 51.
Vin is supplied from ADR391 (2.5V voltage reference), the bias voltage is exactly 1/2 of the Vref.
My output buffer is…
I am a student in final year of engineering. As a part of our curriculum, we have to make a project. My project is to develop a data acquisition card. The features required for my project is along the lines of CN0194, but instead of SDP board, I…