I want to use the ADUM5000 for standalone isolation. want to ask how will I connect for PWM for connection to the RCout pin. the RCin is grounded GND. Primary 5V, Secondary 3.3V.
I need to have just a little more than +5 volts on the isolated side of the ADuM5000. This to incorporated
a LDO regulator.
Can I employ the PWM signal line in some way to obtain +5.3V to +5.5 V at the output?
I calculated as below for the power requirements
AD5934 @ 3.3V: 15mA
AD8606 @ 3.3V: 2.8mA
ADG715 @ 3.3V: 20uA
FXO-HC536R-1 crystal oscillator @ 3.3V: 32mA
ADuM1250 @3.3V: 3mA/side, total = 6mA
Total not including ADuM5000: 55.82mA
what'is the consuption in current of ade9153a?
can i use ADUM5000 dc dc isolator (3.3 to 3.3 isolated) to feed ade9153a and ADUM4152 (spi isolator)?
IOUT MAX =60mA ADUM5000
The CN0349 hardware is no longer available for purchase.
However, the power dissipation can be calculated by adding up the contributions of the various components as taken from their respective data sheets:
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