Part Number: REF3318 Hello team,
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Customer is inquiring about any baking instructions for MSL2 parts such as REF3318AIDCK?
There were parts which were left in open stock and would like to have them properly dried.
Part Number: TMDSHVMTRPFCKIT Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF3318 Dear team:
If the AD sampling range is from 0V to 3.3V, then the median value should be 1.65V. Why use 1.8V reference source to participate in the calculation in this circuit?
The current through P0_7 is -61uA (minus 61uA) in both PM1 and PM2. Is quite rare because current meter red probe is connected to the REF3318 output and black probe connected to P0_7... this means that REF3318 is sink 61uA...
If you need exactly 0.9V then I would use a REF3318 (1.8V VREF) and voltage divide by 1/2 and then use a buffer to ensure that there is minimal IR loss. the same technique can be used for a 0.8V device. The buffer requirements are very low…
It is possible to lower the output of the REF5020 by using the TRIM/NR pin.
Another device is the REF3318. While it doesn't mean all the specs, it is close.
Shunt references are too noisy and inaccurate for this ADC application. Typically…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV5630 , REF5030 , TMS320F28335 , REF3318 I am having a problem with the TLV5630 DAC. It's a 12 bit DAC, set to a reference voltage of 5V, Avdd = 5V, Dvdd=3.3, Agnd=Dgnd. The output of the DAC is not scaling with the input…