The short circuit current will be minimum when you short SS pin to GND (or connect 0ohm to GND). It will start increasing as the resistor value between SS and GND increases.
Short circuit current will be maximum when you open the SS pin or you…
Part Number: REF6025 Hello,
Our customer has a question for REF60xx. There is Figure 17 and 18 (see below) for load transient response in the datasheet(SBOS708B). What is C_L value for these graphs?
Part Number: REF6025 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADS1259 Hi,
I apologize that this topic is not related with the REF6025 directly.
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I watched the delta sigma-voltage reference training video…
Part Number: REF6025 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF5020
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I asked a question about REF6025 in Jun 2017. Please see my circuit in attach.
I need to adjust frequency of generator - 16,384,000 Hz. I need to vary voltage in the…
Part Number: REF6025 Hi,
three questions regarding REF60xx:
1) Does the yellow marked text refer to CFILT or to CL? (Can the ESR of CFILT really have a noteable impact on the stability as it isn’t a conventional OP/buffer)
2) What is the value of…
Part Number: REF6025 Dear Sir, please, answer
I'd like to use REF6025 for voltage control of Voltage Control Oscillator JT53LV (16 MHz) . Oscillator has control input for feed 1.5 V+/- 1V voltage. I want to adjust this voltage with a potentiometer…
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What would be the power consumption of the REF6025 at Vcc=3.3V? I don't see this number specced in the datasheet and my customer wants to characterize their power usage in a very constrained application.
Part Number: INA333 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADS1220 , OPA333 , LM7705 , REF3125 , REF5025 , REF5030 , REF6025 , REF34-Q1 , MSP430F5529 , REF3112 , OPA387 , LPV821 , REF6250 , TLV333 , TLV2333 , OPA4387 Hello Team,
My customer would like to know how the device…
Thanks for the reply. Just to confirm, to calculate the capacitor value for the single-ended RC filter based on the differential mode design guidelines as stated in the link you mentioned, I should used C = 1/(2*pi*R*F) instead of C = 1/( 2*pi…
This should work in theory. As you can see though, in practice there might be additional factors in the circuit that lead to non-ideal behavior e.g. the resistor between the VREF output and ADC input (not sure why it was so large, maybe because…