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Evaluation Board, RMS To DC Converter, Precision Micropower, Delta Sigma RMS-to-DC Converter

DC427B-A - Evaluation Board, RMS To DC Converter, Precision Micropower, Delta Sigma RMS-to-DC Converter

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Manufacturer Part No:
DC427B-A
Newark Part No.:
09X1659
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The DC427B-A is a Demonstration Board for LTC1966 RMS TO DC converter. The demonstration circuit 427B features the LTC1966/7/8 precision micro-power true RMS-to-DC converter. It incorporates a variety of passive components to support configurations for varied applications. Two optional post-filters are included to improve averaging ripple and step response performance, as illustrated in the Design Cookbook section of the datasheet. DC427B-A contains the LTC1966, DC427B-B contains the LTC1967 and DC427BC contains the LTC1968. The 427B demo board is ready to use out of the box, it has features that you can access by adding, removing or changing components on the board.
  • Board provides space for trying out different averaging (and filtering) capacitors

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Signal Processing

Product Information

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Linear Technology
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LTC1966
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Data Converter
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RMS to DC Converter
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Demonstration Board LTC1966
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