10-Volt (±1 mV) References

Low-Cost Hybrids Have 5ppm/°C Stability Choice Among +, - , or Both Polarities

In precision analog circuits, there is a recurring need for precisely-set, dependable reference voltages that can be used as a basis for introducing constant voltages or currents for bridge excitation, analog computation, predictable offsets and references, and A/D and D/A conversion. Read full article



Jerry Gunn