ADI's AD5292 is single-channel, 10-bit programmable, 1024-tap digipot with ± 1% end-to-end resistor tolerance (RTol) error over a wide ±15-V supply range. That's 20x better than competing digiPots which specify a minimum RTol error of 20 percent. With performance like that, it's good for a variety of precision measurement applications, and we have a few detailed circuits to share. Each of these Circuits from the Lab™ designs offer a circuit note with detailed information.
This circuit provides a programmable bidirectional Howland current source using the AD5292 digital potentiometer, a member of the digiPOT+ family, in conjunction with the quad ADA4091-4 op amp and the ADR512 voltage reference. This circuit offers 10-bit resolution over an output current range of ±18.4 mA. The AD5292 is programmable over an SPI-compatible serial interface.
This circuit provides a low cost, high voltage, programmable gain instrumentation amplifier using the AD5292 digital potentiometer, a member of the digiPOT+ family, and the AD8221 instrumentation amplifier.
The circuit offers 1,024 different gain settings, controllable through an SPI digital interface. The ±1% resistor tolerance performance of the AD5292 provides low gain error over the full resistor range.
ADI engineers share their lab work with you in these 'Circuits from the Lab'. Combine these product pairings quickly and with confidence.
Additional Design Resources: