Demonstration circuit 2620A-A uses the LTC7106, a precision, bidirectional, 7-Bit current DAC with PMBus interface and can be used to adjust the output voltage of any conventional VFB referenced regulator. The LTC7106 can work with the vast majority of power management controllers, regulators or modules to enable digital control of the output voltage.
The DC2620A-A requires input voltage range from 2.5V to 5.5V, which can be powered either by external supply or directly from the DC1613A dongle. The LTC7106 provides three ranges of IDAC output current: Nominal Range (–64µA to 63µA), Range High (–256µA to 252µA) and Range Low (–16µA to 15.75µA). Only the nominal range is optimized with the highest accuracy. It is recommended that users design the resistor divider using the nominal range of the IDAC setting.
To explore the power system management features of the parts, download the GUI software LTpowerPlay onto your PC and use ADI’s I2C/SMBus/PMBus Dongle DC1613A to connect to the board. LTpowerPlay allows the user to reconfigure the part on-the-fly, view IDAC current value and fault status.
Documentation & Resources
DC2620A - Schematics2/8/201887K
DC2620A - Demo Board Manual (Rev. B)2/8/20181M
LTC7106: A 7-Bit Current DAC with PMBus Interface Data Sheet (Rev. A)12/1/20171 M
DC2620A - Design Files2/8/2018ZIP6M
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