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I have a question regarding the Linear LTC2324-12:
I'm using the internal reference (my case is 2.048V) - can I use REFOUTx as an input for resistor division? please see the attached file configuration?
Similar question to that of DavidLee a few months ago. The datasheet has me confused concerning how to transfer the data from the chip.
Can I simply pulse !CNV high for 30ns, wait 220ns, then issue 16 (or 32 or 64) clock pulses and read the data?
I've got a few questions about the LTC2324-16 ADC.
This device does not appear to have an output that indicates that the conversion is complete.Therefore I am assuming that we start the conversion with a pulse on /CNV and just wait around for some…
In LTSpice, the current drawn from VDD pin about 8A when LTC2324-16 is used in CMOS mode. What is the nominal current for OVDD and VDD pin when it is in CMOS mode and all channels are used in 2Msps?
LTC2324-12 Datasheet Page 5 Line:
tCYC Time between Conversions (Note 11) tCYC = tCNVH + tCONV + tREADOUT min 0.5us max 1000us
and Page 6 Note 11:
Note 11: Guaranteed by design, not subject to test.
Would you teach me what REFOUT1,2,3,4 Voltage means in Table.1 of the datasheet?
According to functional block diagram and figure13b in the datasheet, REF PIN is driven by the external reference.
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