Hi guys,

What dose LSB actually mean in ADE7763's datasheet? Is it related to a specific register?

I know the Least Significant Bit , but I think it's not the meaning here.

Thanks a lot!

Hi guys,

What dose LSB actually mean in ADE7763's datasheet? Is it related to a specific register?

I know the Least Significant Bit , but I think it's not the meaning here.

Thanks a lot!

Hi Kenny

I understand that 'LSB' notation can be confusing in certain cases. I can try to provide an example of what we mean by LSB when we use that in the datasheet (other than the cases where the least significant bit is referenced).

If a register value is 10011110d, then it represents a decimal value of 158d. This, in turn, means that there are 158 LSBs in the register. So, if you see a notation such as 1.61 mV/LSB, this means that every LSB is worth 1.61mV. So, if that particular register value reads 10d, then it corresponds to 16.1mV. The weight of an LSB depends on the register/quantity measured.

Is this clear?

Regards

hmani

Hi Kenny

I understand that 'LSB' notation can be confusing in certain cases. I can try to provide an example of what we mean by LSB when we use that in the datasheet (other than the cases where the least significant bit is referenced).

If a register value is 10011110d, then it represents a decimal value of 158d. This, in turn, means that there are 158 LSBs in the register. So, if you see a notation such as 1.61 mV/LSB, this means that every LSB is worth 1.61mV. So, if that particular register value reads 10d, then it corresponds to 16.1mV. The weight of an LSB depends on the register/quantity measured.

Is this clear?

Regards

hmani