I've been modeling the LT6600-10 in the below circuit and the SPICE model outputs Vocm imbalance of +/- 20 mV. Is this correct and is there a way to mitigate it?
I am attempting to use some gain in the LT6600 chip to get lower noise output with a single-to-differential configuration that drives an ADC. The spec sheet says you can use 402 ohm Rs resistors (I'm using 470) but the circuit below oscillates at…
we intend to use the LT6600-5 in a design where we need extended temperature range (-40°C to 105°C, preferably -40°C to 125°C). Device to be used as input amplifier for LTC2246H which is specified for -40°C to 125°C.
Thanks TonyM for this clear and detailed explanation.
Would you have any advice about the way we should implement such protection?
We have the ADC input driven by a LT6600 driver, powered with +/-5V.
We would like to be sure that the protection does not…
Here's a snippet of the table provided by the product owner for the Thermal Resistance of the Legacy LTC parts.The LT6600IS8-10#PBF falls into this category.
The product owner also indicates that the Junction to Case specification is much…
As usual, the data sheet is missing an entire section. It has the timing numbers, but no timing diagram. Does anyone have the timing diagrams for this IC?
Thanks in advance - JB
Is it possible for LT8471 to handle 42V input and generate +/-20V bipolar output, 0.3-0.4A per rail? I was looking at figure 10A which is pretty much what I need, but the voltages are a bit off.
If it's possible, what should I change besides the feedback…
I downloaded the demo software for AD5791. In a real application can I get better than 5 uV accuracy?