AD5557CRUZ Datasheet(数据表) 13 Page - Analog Devices
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The AD5547/AD5557 have 16-/14-bit parallel inputs. The devices
are double buffered with 16-/14-bit registers. The double buffered
feature allows the simultaneous update of several AD5547s/
AD5557s. For the AD5547, the input register is loaded directly
from a 16-bit controller bus when WR is brought low. The DAC
register is updated with data from the input register when LDAC
is brought high. Updating the DAC register updates the DAC
output with the new data (see Figure 18). To make both registers
transparent, tie WR low and LDAC high. The asynchronous RS
pin resets the part to zero scale if MSB = 0 and to midscale if
MSB = 1.
ESD Protection Circuits
All logic input pins contain back-biased ESD protection Zeners
connected to ground (DGND) and V
, as shown in Figure 19.
As a result, the voltage level of the logic input should not be
greater than the supply voltage.
Figure 19. Equivalent ESD Protection Circuits
In addition to offset voltage, the bias current is important in
op amp selection for precision current output DACs. A 30 nA
input bias current in the op amp contributes to 1 LSB in the
full-scale error of the AD5547. The OP1177 and AD8628 op
amps are good candidates for the I-to-V conversion.
The initial accuracy and rated output of the voltage reference
determine the full-span adjustment. The initial accuracy of
the reference is usually a secondary concern because it can be
trimmed. Figure 25 shows an example of a trimming circuit.
The zero-scale error can also be minimized by standard op amp
The voltage reference temperature coefficient (TC) and long-
term drift are primary considerations. For example, a 5 V
reference with a TC of 5 ppm/°C means the output changes by
25 µV/°C. As a result, a reference operating at 55°C contributes
an additional 750 µV full-scale error.
Similarly, the same 5 V reference with a ±50 ppm long-term
drift means the output may change by ±250 µV over time.
Therefore, it is practical to calibrate a system periodically to
maintain its optimum precision.
PCB LAYOUT, POWER SUPPLY BYPASSING, AND
It is a good practice to employ a compact, minimum lead length,
PCB layout design. The leads to the input should be as short as
possible to minimize IR drop and stray inductance.
The PCB metal traces between V
should also be
matched to minimize gain error.
It is also essential to bypass the power supply with quality
capacitors for optimum stability. Supply leads to the device
should be bypassed with 0.01 µF to 0.1 µF disc or chip ceramic
capacitors. Low ESR 1 µF to 10 µF tantalum or electrolytic
capacitors should also be applied at the supply in parallel with
the ceramic capacitor to minimize transient disturbance and
filter out low frequency ripple.
To minimize the digital ground bounce, the AD5547/AD5557
DGND terminal should be joined with the AGND terminal at
a single point. Figure 20 illustrates the basic supply bypassing
configuration and AGND/DGND connection for the
Figure 20. Power Supply Bypassing
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