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Part Number: ADS5400
On the results that are collected, is the board and part separate from each other?
Are you measuring different parts on different boards or different parts on the same board always?
We need to disconnect the board on which the ADC is on and the ADC itself.
I would suggest swapping out a known good ADC that passes this testing and put it in place of an ADC that is not performing well on the same board.
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In reply to Rob Reeder:
Sorry for the delay. It took us some time to do the replacement.
To your questions:
1. The ADC is part of the board under test.
2. I measured all the ADCs on about 15 boards (2 ADCs on each). All showed similar behavior.
3. We had an older board with ADCs from a different batch. The old board behaved perfectly. After swapping,
the new board behaves perfectly as well.
In reply to Nissim Ofek:
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