Part Number: REF3440 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF34-Q1 Hi staff
DBV package thermal resistance PCN question
The customer was listed in the Before Revision F data sheet Designed with thermal resistance. RΘJB = 29.6 ℃/W, ψJB = 29.1 ℃/W （ex: Revision…
Part Number: REF3440 Hi,
In regards to the 'S' version of the device (REF34xxS-Q1), the 'NC' pin in the datasheet is listed as 'Test pin, connect from 0V to 18V'. In the layout example on the datasheet, there is shown a trace coming out of this pin but…
Part Number: REF3440 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF3425-EP , , , REF5040-EP Dear TI support team,
I am looking for the reliability reports of the voltage references REF3425-EP and REF3440-EP. Since they are not online and also not selectable as devices…
I meant that the reference source IC would have an enable pin (like the REF3440). You could also consider using an output buffer amplifier that has a shutdown pin (like the OPA211).
Part Number: TINA-TI Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF3440 , REF3430 , Hello,
I would like you to confirm about below.
* Now we are using TINA-TI macro for REF3440 and REF3430. However, it seems that both have problem.
Now, I tried to generate following…
Hi Marcoo Z,
Thanks for your advice.
I understood that "only a max of 0.5V" refers to the case with REF3450.
For example, when using REF3430 or REF3440, the allowable voltage drop is 0.7V, isn't it?
Why is the former not 2.5V and the latter…
Part Number: ADS8598H Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF3440 , ADS8588H , TMS320F28377D , REF3425 Hello,
I am making my custom board which include the ADS8598H and a the PIC24FJ64GA104. I want to make a straight connection between the digital pins of the…