Industry's First 16-Channel, 14-Bit DAC Rounds Out Analog Devices' Portfolio of Multichannel Digital-to-Analog Converters
New AD5390 Features Small CSP Package, Single 5 V Power Supply and On-Chip Reference
Analog Devices has recently added the industry's first 16-channel, 14-bit DAC to its industry-leading portfolio of multi-channel digital-to-analog converters (DACs). This new device---the AD5390---comes in a small CSP package, operates from a single 5 V power supply, and contains an on-chip, low-drift reference, eliminating the need for an external reference IC and reducing cost and board space requirements. A 12-bit version---the AD5391---and an 8-channel, 14-bit version---the AD5392---are available as well.
All three high-density devices feature user-programmable offset and gain for digital range adjustment and system calibration, a "boostmode" for faster settling times, and an LDAC (load DAC) function for simultaneous update of all DAC outputs. In addition, they offer the choice of SPI and I2C serial interfaces and are pin-for-pin compatible, allowing a designer the option of generating different grades of end-product, as appropriate.
Among many other general-purpose applications, the AD539x multi-channel devices are ideally suited for power amplifier control, instrumentation, control systems, and high-resolution control loops.
Pricing and Availability
The AD5390, AD5391 and AD5392 are sampling now in ADI's small 9 mm x 9 mm, 64-lead LFCSP (chip-scale package) and are priced in 1,000-piece quantities at $23.90, $19.90 and $14.90 per unit, respectively. For more information, please visit.
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