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Voltage Reference, High Precision, Series - Fixed, AD586 Series, 5V, DIP-8

AD586MNZ - Voltage Reference, High Precision, Series - Fixed, AD586 Series, 5V, DIP-8

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Manufacturer Part No:
AD586MNZ
Newark Part No.:
59K4330
Product Range
AD586 Series
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No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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Series - Fixed
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AD586 Series
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5V
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2
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± 2ppm/°C
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DIP
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8
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0
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70
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Each
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-
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-
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Product Overview

The AD586 series high-precision monolithic Voltage Reference ideal for successive approximation or integrating ADCs with up to 14 bits of accuracy and in general, can offer better performance than the standard on-chip references. Using a proprietary ion-implanted buried zener diode and laser wafer trimming of high stability thin-film resistors, the AD586 provides outstanding performance. The AD586 offers much higher performance than most other 5V references. Because the AD586 uses an industry-standard pinout, many systems can be upgraded instantly with the AD586. The buried zener approach to reference design provides lower noise and drift than band gap voltage references. The AD586 offers a noise reduction pin that can be used to further reduce the noise level generated by the buried zener. The AD586 is recommended for use as a reference for 8-, 10-, 12-, 14- or 16-bit DACs that require an external precision reference.
  • Noise reduction capability
  • Output trim capability
  • 100nV/√Hz Low noise
  • 10mA Output capable of sourcing or sinking

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