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CAT5251

Part Number CAT5251
Manufacturer Catalyst Semiconductor
Title Quad Digitally Programmable Potentiometer
Description The CAT5251 is four Digitally Programmable Potentiometers (DPPs™) integrated with control logic and 16 bytes of NVRAM memory. Each DPP consists of...
Features „ Four linear-taper digitally programmable potentiometers „ 254 resistor taps per potentiometer „ End to end resistance 50kΩ or 100kΩ „ Potentiometer control and memory access via SPI interface „ Low wiper resistance, typically 100Ω „ Nonvolatile memory storage for up to four wiper settings for each...

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