i am using the excel calculator very often but have never seen such an issue.
Can you please try to download the sheet again from:
delete the old version and check with the new file again.
Part Number: XTR111 The xtr111 is not working as intended. But When i reduce the supply voltage below 11.53 it gives a linear 4 - 20mA with my pwm input. But as soldered the part by hand, we cannot ensure the bottom thermal pad is connected to ground…
Thank you for providing this additional information. I have many concerns about this implementation.
First, you will not be able to resolve your target sensor output of 0.5mA-4.59mA using a breadboard implementation of the PGA308. Breadboards are…
Part Number: LOWPASSFILTER-CALC Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hello,
I was trying to design a low pass filter (5th order Butterworth using Sallen-Key at cut-off frequency of 500 kHz) in WEBENCH designer, and I want to develop the real circuit and…
Part Number: TMS320F28335 Hi,
I am implementing a DSS script and would like to return a non-zero code when the script fails for whatever reason.
Please advise how to do this.
I am using the dss.bat, thus:
Part Number: ADS122C04 Hello TI,
Not a big deal, but thought you might be interested to know that the Excel spreadsheet "RTD Calculator" located at ADC-RTD-CONFIG-CALC Calculation tool | TI.com
is broken for the ADS122C04. Throws some errors…
thanks for picking this one up. Do we have any other guidance that we can give the customer? I know for some INA devices that we have a nice error calc online. Would we have something similar?
Best regards Martin
Hi Jason Li,
Typically you would perform an error analysis for an ADC by identifying all of the typical DC errors and combining them using a root-sum-of-squares (RSS) calculation. This would include the errors from the ADC, amplifier, and reference. You…