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Would You Be Interested in RoadTesting an Analog Output Module with Adaptive Power Management (Reference Design)?

This quad-channel, analog output module delivers voltage and current outputs using the highly integrated DAC8775 digital-to-analog converter (DAC). Integrated adaptive power management, along with the LM5166 buck converter, reduces the total power dissipation of the reference design to less than 1 W, even when driving all four channels at 20 mA simultaneously.

 

Features

  • <1-W of Total Power Dissipation driving all four-channels at 20-mA
  • <0.1 %FSR of Total Unadjusted Error in either Voltage or Current mode
  • 8-µA of Peak-to-Peak Current Output Ripple
  • 200-µV of Peak-to-Peak Voltage Output Ripple
  • Adaptive Power Management for Current Outputs

Poll Results
  • Extremely Interested (24%)
    8/34
  • Very Interested (15%)
    5/34
  • Somewhat Interested (24%)
    8/34
  • Not Interested (32%)
    11/34
  • Other reason. (Please Comment) (6%)
    2/34

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