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Part Number: DAC7802
Dear Texas Instruments,
i would like to use the DAC7802 or DAC7800 due to its good properties with an FPGA that only supports 3.3V. Unfortunately, I was not able to find the threshold in the data sheet at which the DAC does recognize a logical 1 or a logical 0. Can the DAC also work with 3.3 V on the logic signals?
The DAC780x requires a 4.5V to 5.5V VDD supply, but the logic levels will work with 3.3V logic. See the VIH and VIL levels in the datasheet:
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