The DAC712 is a complete 16-bit resolution digital-to-analog (D/A) converter with 16 bits of monotonicity over temperature.
The DAC712 has a precision +10V temperature-compensated voltage reference, ±10V output amplifier, and 16-bit port bus interface.
The digital interface is fast, 60ns minimum write pulse width, double-buffered, and has a CLEAR function that resets the analog output to bipolar zero.
GAIN and OFFSET adjustment inputs are arranged so that they can be easily trimmed by external D/A converters as well as by potentiometers.
The DAC712 is available in two linearity error performance grades: ±4LSB and ±2LSB, and three differential linearity grades: ±4LSB, ±2LSB, and ±1LSB. The DAC712 is specified at power-supply voltages of ±12V and ±15V.
The DAC712 is packaged in a 28-pin, 0.3" wide plastic DIP and in a 28-lead, wide-body plastic SOIC. The DAC712P, U, PB, and UB are specified over the -0°C to +85°C temperature range and the DAC712PK, UK, PL, and UL are specified over the 0°C to +70°C range.
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|Output Range Min. (V or mA)|
|Output Range Max. (V or mA)|
|Settling Time (µs)|
|Operating Temperature Range (C)|
|Buffered Voltage||Buffered Voltage||Current|
| -40 to 85 |
0 to 70
|-40 to 85||-40 to 85|
|On-chip Offset and Gain Calibration||Reset to Mid-Scale|
|Sample & Buy||Sample & Buy||Sample & Buy|