120 mA, Current Sinking, 10-Bit, I2C D/A Converter
The AD5398 incorporates a power-on reset circuit, which ensures that the DAC output powers-up to zero and remains there until a valid write takes place. It also has a power-down feature that reduces the current consumption of the device to 1 µA max.
The AD5398 is designed for autofocus, image stabilization and optical zoom applications in camera phones, digital still cameras and camcorders.
The I2C address range for the AD5398 is 18 Hex to 1F Hex inclusive.
- Lens Autofocus
- Image Stabilization
- Optical Zoom
- Neutral density Filter NDF
- Lens Cover
- Camera Phones
- Digital Still Camera
- Camera Module
- Digital Video Camera DVC/Camcorder
- Camera Enabled Device
- Security camera
- Web/PC cam
- Heater control
- Fan control
- Cooler (Peltier) control
- Solenoid control
- Valve control
- Linear actuator control
- Light control
- Current loop control
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