AD7537JNZ - 

Digital to Analog Converter, 12 bit, 667 kSPS, Parallel, 10.8V to 16.5V, DIP, 24 Pins

AD7537JNZ - Digital to Analog Converter, 12 bit, 667 kSPS, Parallel, 10.8V to 16.5V, DIP, 24 Pins

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Newark Part No.:
Product Range
AD7537 Series
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

10.8V to 16.5V
CMOS, Parallel, TTL
AD7537 Series
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The AD7537JNZ is a 12-bit current output monolithic Digital-to-analog Converter (DAC) with a separate reference input is provided. The dual DAC saves valuable board space and the monolithic construction ensures excellent thermal tracking. The control signals for register loading are A0, A1, CS, WR and UPD. Data is loaded to the input registers when CS and WR are low. To transfer this data to the DAC registers, UPD must be taken low with WR. Added features on the AD7537 include an asynchronous CLR line which is very useful in calibration routines. When this taken low, all registers are cleared. The double buffering of the data inputs allows simultaneous update of DAC. This increases the device versatility, for instance one DAC may be operated with AGND biased while the other is connected in the standard configuration. It is manufactured using the linear compatible CMOS process. It is speed compatible with most microprocessors and accepts TTL, 74HC and 5V CMOS logic level inputs.
  • 2-byte loading structure
  • Designed for right-justified data format
  • Separate AGND line
  • DAC ladder resistance matching - 0.5%
  • 4-quadrant multiplication
  • Low gain error
  • Byte loading structure
  • Fast interface timing


Automation & Process Control, Test & Measurement, Audio, Sensing & Instrumentation

No Longer Manufactured

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