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Do DAC5674 and DAC5688 correspond about the device for evaluation of TSW1400EVM?
Since TSW1400EVM has been lent to the customer, it cannot check by a hand.
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How is a situation about the contents about which it consulted the other day?
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In reply to Satoshi:
The TSW1400 EVM supports CMOS input level DACs such as DAC5688 and DAC5674. The connection and instructions between the TSW1400EVM and DAC5688EVM is listed on the TSW1400 EVM user's guide.
The same should apply to DAC5674EVM as well. Please refer to TSW1400EVM user's guide and DAC5674EVM user's guide for connection detail.
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