Part Number: DAC081C081 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC081C085 , Hello,
Please tell me about the naming of DAC081C081 and DAC081C085. I think 81 in the first half of the model number is 8bit 1channel, but what do 81 and 85 in the second half represent…
Part Number: DAC081C085 Hi Sir,
Does DAC081C085 need time to do internal initialization when power up? Does the IC accept instruction during initialization time?
How long will it take to do initialization? Can you please provide a timing chart?
Part Number: DAC081C085 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC081C081 Hi Sirs, We need to do thermal simulation to calculation Tcmax which is the temperature where the top center of the DAC081C081 and DAC081C085, but we can’t find ΨJT or Rth-jc in datasheet…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC081C085 Please advise me the following questions.
When DAC081C085CIMM/NOPB datasheet was searched, there are several version of datasheets was up loaded on IT web. As attached, one is NS original version with TI front…
Thanks for your query. You are right. For 8-bit versions of this DAC family i.e. DAC081C081 and DAC081C085, the word format is as you have shown. This is depicted in Figure 26 of the datasheet as well.
Joseph and Bob, we might have found the issue. We have a TI DAC081C085 on the PCB as well, and we didn't realize that this chip responds to 0x48 as its broadcast address! So it's likely that since I'm talking to the ADS1014 at address 0x48 as well…
I am attaching a PDF with the scope images for 2 subsequent I2C transactions - the link should be somewhere at the bottom of this post.
The device I used was DAC081C085.
I grounded both address pins, giving me address A[6:0]=0001001.
Part Number: TPL1401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC43401 ,
There are many low-cost, 8-bit DACs in TI’s portfolio, but if I only need to create a simple DC bias – what is the lowest-cost solution?