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Popularity Feedback Plugin

Send anonymous data about your wiki to the DokuWiki developers

$popularity = plugin_load('helper', 'popularity');

$popularity->isAutoSubmitEnabled()

DescriptionCheck if autosubmit is enabled
Return valueresultbool

$popularity->sendData()

DescriptionSend the popularity data
Parametersdatastring

$popularity->gatherAsString()

DescriptionGather the popularity data
Return valuedatastring

$popularity->lastSentTime()

DescriptionCompute the last time popularity data was sent
Return valuedataint

include plugin

Functions to include another page in a wiki page

$include = plugin_load('helper', 'include');

$include->get_flags()

Descriptionoverrides standard values for showfooter and firstseconly settings
Parametersflagsarray

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Pin Map link

Numeric Formats

For help/assistance/support on the above check out: Level 1 Headline

Features

  • High Accuracy:AD5686R (16-bit) : ±2LSB max
  • Low drift 2.5V on-chip reference: 2ppm/°C typ temperature coefficient
  • Tiny Package: 3mm × 3mm 16 lead LFCSP or 16 lead TSSOP
  • Unordered List ItemTotal Unadjusted Error (TUE): TBD max
  • Unordered List ItemOffset error: 1.5 mV max
  • Gain error: 0.1 % of FSR max
  • High drive capability: 20mA, 0.5V from supply rails
  • User Selectable Gain of 1 or 2 (GAIN pin)
  • Reset to zero-scale or midscale (RSTSEL pin)
  • 1.8V Logic Compatibility
  • 50MHz SPI with readback or daisy-chain
  • Low Glitch: 0.5nV-s
  • Robust 4kV HBM and 1.5kV FICDM ESD rating
  • Low power: mW at 3V
  • 2.7 V to 5.5 V power supply
  • −40°C to +105°C temperature range

Introduction

The AD568xR are quad, 12-/14-/16-bit buffered voltage-out DACs. The devices include a 2.5V internal reference (enabled by default) coupled with a gain select pin giving a full scale output of 2.5V (GAIN=1) or 5V(GAIN=2). All devices operate from a single 2.7 V to 5.5 V supply, are guaranteed monotonic by design and exhibit less than 0.1% FSR gain error and 2mV offset error performance. The devices are housed in a 3mm X 3mm LFCSP and TSSOP packages. The part also incorporates a power-on reset circuit that ensures the DAC output powers up to zeroscale or midscale and remains there until a valid write takes place.

Block Diagram

Pin Map

Quick Setup Connection Table

Mnemonic Description
VOUTA Analog Output Voltage from DAC A

Level 1 Headline

Level 2 Headline

Level 3 Headline

Level 4 Headline

Level 5 Headline
Signal Picture

CN-0196-EZBOARD

This is the CN-0196 Lab board. You can change the capacitors by resolder ones up to 50V specification instead of the used 25V electrolytic ones.

ADuCM 4x50 Development Boards

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