ADR392

4.096 V Micropower, Low Noise Precision Voltage Reference with Shutdown
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The ADR391/ADR392/ADR395 are precision 2.5 V, 4.096 V, and 5 V band gap voltage references, respectively, featuring low power and high precision in a tiny footprint. Using patented temperature drift curvature correction techniques from Analog Devices, Inc., the ADR39x references achieve a low 9 ppm/°C of temperature drift in the TSOT package.

The ADR39x family of micropower, low dropout voltage references provides a stable output voltage from a minimum supply of 300 mV above the output. Their advanced design eliminates the need for external capacitors, which further reduces board space and system cost. The combination of low power operation, small size, and ease of use makes the ADR39x precision voltage references ideally suited for battery-operated applications.

Applications

  • Battery-powered instrumentation
  • Portable medical instrumentation
  • Data acquisition systems
  • Industrial process controls
  • Automotive

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Most Helpful Review

by who-engineering
The requeriments of the project, I use the ADR392 in, aren't that strict. So I can choose a reference from the lower price segment . Its used for signal processing together with an amplier also from Analog. The following 14Bit ADC (4096 mV) is not visibly affected by the low noise from the ADR392. Thats the most important thing for me. Temperaturestability is better than necessary and its pretty small. Bought!

Most Recent Review

by mamudiaz
Excellent product for ADC and DAC, the value of 4096 mV is very adequate for digital signal processing, without rounding error, and simple circuit design and layout.

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by mamudiaz, 7 Jan 15
Voltage Reference review
Excellent product for ADC and DAC, the value of 4096 mV is very adequate for digital signal processing, without rounding error, and simple circuit design and layout.
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by who-engineering, 17 Oct 13
great price performance ratio
The requeriments of the project, I use the ADR392 in, aren't that strict. So I can choose a reference from the lower price segment . Its used for signal processing together with an amplier also from Analog. The following 14Bit ADC (4096 mV) is not visibly affected by the low noise from the ADR392. Thats the most important thing for me. Temperaturestability is better than necessary and its pretty small. Bought!
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