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Part Number: LDC1614EVM
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
Use the LDC1614EVM + customize coil
==> Coil (Use WEBENCH Coil Designer)
==> LDC1614EVM Setting
==> Measurement result (1 ms)
Only two channels of the LDC1614 are used.
I want to receive data of all channels within 1ms.
However, in this case, it can be seen that the noise becomes worse.
I would like to know if there is any problem with the setting.
When using an inductive sensing device, such as the LDC1614, there is a tradeoff between sampling speed and noise performance. So if you set each channel for 500µs conversion time, you will see an increase in noise compared to 1ms. The effect is comparable to using less averaging on an oscilloscope. For more information, please review the following application note:
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