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AD7534

µP-Compatible 14-Bit CMOS DAC

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1ku List Price Starting From $37.77
Features
  • All Grades 14-Bit Monotonic Over the Full Temperature Range
  • Full 4-Quadrant Multiplication
  • Microprocessor-Compatible with Double Buffered Inputs
  • Exceptionally Low Gain Temperature Coefficient 0.5ppm/°C typ
  • Small 20-Pin DIP and Surface Mount Package
  • Low Output Leakage (<20nA) over the Full Temperature Range

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The AD7534 is a 14-bit monolithic CMOS D/A converter which uses thin-film resistors and laser trimming to achieve excellent linearity.

The device is configured to accept right-justified data in two bytes from an 8-bit data bus. Standard Chip Select and Memory Write logic is used to access the DAC. Address lines A0 and A1 control internal register loading and transfer.

A novel low leakage configuration (patent pending) enables the AD7534 to exhibit excellent output leakage current characteristics over the specified temperature range.

The device is fully protected against CMOS "latch up" phenomena and does not require the use of external Schottky diodes or the use of a FET Input op amp. The AD7534 is manufactured using the Linear Compatible CMOS (LC²MOS) process. It is speed compatible with most microprocessors and accepts TTL or CMOS logic level inputs.

Part Models 1
1ku List Price Starting From $37.77

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Mar 7, 2019

- 19_0046

Assembly Transfer of 18,20,24,28 Lead PDIP to Cirtek

Feb 8, 2010

- 04_0080

Qualification of the 8" C6 and Q Wafer Fab Processes at Analog Devices, Limerick, Ireland.

Aug 19, 2009

- 07_0024

Package Material Changes for SOT23, MiniSO, MQFP, PDIP, PLCC, SOIC (narrow and wide body), SSOP, TSSOP and TSSOP exposed pad

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Assembly Transfer of 18,20,24,28 Lead PDIP to Cirtek

Feb 8, 2010

- 04_0080

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Qualification of the 8" C6 and Q Wafer Fab Processes at Analog Devices, Limerick, Ireland.

Aug 19, 2009

- 07_0024

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Package Material Changes for SOT23, MiniSO, MQFP, PDIP, PLCC, SOIC (narrow and wide body), SSOP, TSSOP and TSSOP exposed pad

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