I am working on an Waveform generation for Industrial Inkjet Printers.
Could anyone please advice which DAC might be ideal for my application.
You could check our extensive DDS portfolio, which include some HS DAC for signal generation.
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ADI has a very long list of DAC products. To better assist you, could you be more specific on the specifications of the DAC that you would want to use? If you could provide the resolution, number of channels, speed, and/or communication protocol, we could then advise on a selection of DACs that we would see fit to your needs. If you are not particular to those, we can work around the noise requirement of your application, the working supplies of your circuit, and/or the type of output that your system would require.
Thanks for your information.
We have recently started a new project in which we need to generate an "Arbitrary Waveform" for our new Industrial Digital Inkjet Print head.
Frequency selection of our application ranges from (1-20)khz.
We are using Altera Cyclone series FPGA to generate digital out, anything 8-16bit DAC won't be a problem but it has to be Precise signal out.
No of channels doesn't matter much.
Note:- Power supply requirements for our print head are +16V to +40V with 0.1V increment in steps. What ever the output random waveform we will be generating by DAC will be scaled to the above voltages.
***** In simple our application is to control the XAAR/Dimatix printheads.
Any Advice on choosing DAC would be much appreciated.
16V to 40V is considered to be high voltages for DACs. Please check the AD5501 and the AD5504 if they satisfy your requirements.
Right now we are not worried to much about high voltage stuff. We are mainly focusing on CMOS/TTL level. We will be using external power supply to boot the signal which is at the later stages.
I have checked our Waveform generator board and found that they are using DAC908 ti chip. I presume you will have much better than this chip. Can you advice on choosing your chip set which got similar or better features compared to DAC908.
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