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Part Number: UCD3138
- I would like to use a diode for clamping at the EADC, illustrated below. Is it ok? Will it be hazardous to UCD?
ps. I need only 0~0.6V sense range, but input voltage may have max 2.5V.
you can use a voltage divider to scale down the input signal. The measurement range of EADC is 1.6V, but 2.5V will not damage UCD.
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In reply to Bosheng Sun:
Hi Bosheng sir,
- But I don't want to use a voltage divider, since that will decrease the resolution.
- Is it OK to put a diode there?
In reply to Jack Wang:
yes, it is OK to put a diode there
Got it. Thank you, sir.
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