Part Number: REF3125 Hi Team,
Customer required REF3125AQDBZRQ1 & REF3112AQDBZRQ1 FIT as per IEC 62380 standard, which provides the die FIT, package FIT and the total FIT combined.
Can you please help on the same.
Regards, Shinu Mathew.
why not taking multiple REF3125, one for each four channels?
Also, the output decoupling capacitance of REF3125 should be adapted to the needs of PWM circuit. Why not adding a suited output filter to the REF3125?
Thanks for providing these additional details.
Given your configuration, the PGA281 should work in your system. Please note that the input range of the PGA281 extends beyond the input range of the ADS1258 MUX. Therefore, as long as you are only…
I can help you with this request. What are the sizes on R1 and R2?
The REF3025 cannot sink current and maintain proper regulation. I would recommended a REF3125 or REF3325 which are P2P which can sink current.
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