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resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0370 [16 Sep 2015 05:31]
Ramon Glenn Amparo
resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0370 [29 Jul 2021 07:56] (current)
Harvey John De Chavez Hardware Registration
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 [[adi>​AD5542A]] is a single supply, 16-bit, serial input, voltage output DAC that is used to control the voltage to current conversion. [[adi>​ADA4500-2]] is a single supply, dual low power amplifier with no zero-crossover distortion offering high linearity over the full, rail to rail common-mode input range. [[adi>​ADA4500-2]] is used to buffer the reference voltage of the DAC and is also used in a buffer configuration to convert the voltage output of the DAC into current. [[adi>​ADR4525]] is a high precision, low power, low noise voltage reference that is used to provide precise 2.5V reference voltage for the DAC. [[adi>​AD5542A]] is a single supply, 16-bit, serial input, voltage output DAC that is used to control the voltage to current conversion. [[adi>​ADA4500-2]] is a single supply, dual low power amplifier with no zero-crossover distortion offering high linearity over the full, rail to rail common-mode input range. [[adi>​ADA4500-2]] is used to buffer the reference voltage of the DAC and is also used in a buffer configuration to convert the voltage output of the DAC into current. [[adi>​ADR4525]] is a high precision, low power, low noise voltage reference that is used to provide precise 2.5V reference voltage for the DAC.
  
-This user guide will discuss how to use the [[adi>http://​www.analog.com/​EVAL-SDP-CB1Z|EVAL-SDP-CB1Z]],​ [[adi>http://​www.analog.com/​SDP-PMD-IB1Z|SDP-I-PMOD]] and the evaluation software to be able to write and collect data from [[adi>http://​www.analog.com/​EVAL-CN0370-SDPZ|EVAL-CN070-PMDZ]]. The evaluation board has provisions to read the output voltage of the DAC and an option to use an external supply voltage for the LED. +This user guide will discuss how to use the [[adi>​EVAL-SDP-CB1Z|EVAL-SDP-CB1Z]],​ [[adi>​SDP-PMD-IB1Z|SDP-I-PMOD]] and the evaluation software to be able to write and collect data from [[adi>​EVAL-CN0370-SDPZ|EVAL-CN070-PMDZ]]. The evaluation board has provisions to read the output voltage of the DAC and an option to use an external supply voltage for the LED. 
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 ===== Required Equipment ===== ===== Required Equipment =====
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   - Write the exact code to be written in the Code text box.   - Write the exact code to be written in the Code text box.
   - Push the Write Data button to write the code to the board.   - Push the Write Data button to write the code to the board.
 +
 +===== Schematic, PCB Layout, Bill of Materials =====
 +
 +<WRAP round 80% download>​
 +[[adi>​media/​en/​reference-design-documentation/​design-integration-files/​CN0370-DesignSupport.zip|EVAL-CN0370-PMDZ Design & Integration Files]]
 +  * Schematics ​
 +  * PCB Layout ​
 +  * Bill of Materials ​
 +  * Allegro Layout Files
 +</​WRAP>​
 +
 +=====Registration===== ​
 +<WRAP round tip 80% >
 +Receive software update notifications,​ documentation updates, view the latest videos, and more when you register your hardware. ​ [[reg>​EVAL-CN0370-PMDZ?&​v=RevB|Register]] to receive all these great benefits and more!
 +</​WRAP>​
 +//End of Document//
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