8-Channel, 14-Bit, Serial Input, Voltage-Output DAC
The AD5362/AD5363 offers guaranteed operation over a wide supply range with VSS from -4.5 V to -16.5 V and VDD from +8 V to +16.5 V. The output amplifier headroom requirement is 1.4 V operating with a load current of 1 mA.
The AD5362/AD5363 has a high-speed serial interface, which is compatible with SPI®, QSPI™, MICROWIRE™, and DSP interface standards and can handle clock speeds of up to 50 MHz. All the outputs can be updated simultaneously by taking the LDAC input low. Each channel has a programmable gain and an offset adjust register.
Each DAC output is amplified and buffered on-chip with respect to an external SIGGND input. The DAC outputs can also be switched to SIGGND via the CLR pin.
- Industrial Control System
- Level setting in automatic test equipment (ATE)
- Variable optical attenuators (VOA)
- Optical line cards
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
Product Selection Guide
AD536x, AD537x Family Product Selection Guide
Solutions Bulletins & Brochures
Digital to Analog Converters ICs Solutions Bulletin
Cyclic Redundancy Checking Ensures Correct Data Communications
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