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DAC56


Part Number DAC56
Manufacturer Burr-Brown Corporation
Title Monolithic 16-Bit Resolution DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTER
Description The DAC56 is a complete 16-bit monolithic D/A converter. Completely self-contained with a stable, low noise, internal zener voltage reference; hig...
Features q COMPLETE D/A CONVERTER: Internal Voltage Reference ±3V Output Operational Amplifier Pinout Allows IOUT (±1.0mA) Option No external components required q 0.012% LINEARITY ERROR MAX q 12-BIT MONOTONICITY GUARANTEED OVER 0°C TO +70°C q ±5V TO ±12V POWER SUPPLY q SETTLING TIME: VOUT = 1.5µs; IOUT = 35...

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