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Part Number: REF5045
In my design, I am using a REF5045 to provide a reference voltage for a INA240 device and a ADS8900B device (connected to ADS8900's REFIN pin). Does REF5045 have enough driving capability to drive both devices at the same time?
Yes, plenty. The total is several uA when the REF50xx can supply up to 10mA.
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In reply to Marcoo Z:
Thanks for the quick response!
The reason for me to ask is because when we hook up the TINA models to run the simulation. We could not see it working properly in simulation. But if we replace the REF5045 model with a voltage source, then the simulation works fine. Maybe the TINA model is not accurate enough?!
Anyway, any other insight will be helpful.
In reply to Wen Li:
Can you provide a TINA simulation i can look at?
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