Norwood, MA (02/20/2013) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) introduced today the AD5689R D/A converter. This16-bit dual nanoDAC+ continues the series of ADIs nanoDAC® products offering high performance in smaller packages. With relative accuracy of ±2-LSB INL, 2-ppm/°C 2.5-V reference, and space saving packages, this combination allows analog designers to address a wider range of applications without having to trade off performance for footprint. The series provides a straightforward pin compatible 10-bit to 16–bit upgrade/downgrade path for applications in a wide range of markets including communications infrastructure, industrial process control, healthcare and instrumentation.
The AD5689R also includes useful pin functions such as VLOGIC facilitating 1.8-V, 3-V and 5-V logic levels and a GAIN pin enabling the output range to be doubled. The series has both SPI and I2C interface options.
|Product||Sample Availability/Full Production||Resolution||Integrated Reference||Interface||Price Each Per 1,000||Packaging|
|AD5689||NOW||16-bit||No||SPI||$4.18||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5689R||NOW||16-bit||Yes||SPI||$4.48||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5697R||NOW||12-bit||Yes||I2C||$2.80||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5687R||NOW||12-bit||Yes||SPI||$2.80||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5687||NOW||12-bit||No||SPI||$2.50||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5338R||NOW||10-bit||Yes||I2C||$1.96||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
|AD5313R||NOW||10-bit||Yes||SPI||$1.96||16-lead LFCSP, 16-lead TSSOP|
The AD5689R can be designed into circuits for PLC, I/O cards applications with ADI’s AD5750-2 which is a single-channel, low cost, precision voltage/current output driver amplifier.
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