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Resolution (Bits) 8 Number of DAC channels (#) 1 Interface type Parallel Output type Unbuffered Current Settling time (µs) 0.1 Features Reference type Ext Architecture Multiplying DAC Rating Catalog Output range (Max) (mA/V) 2 Output range (Min) (mA/V) -2 Operating temperature range (C) -25 to 85, -40 to 85, 0 to 70
Resolution (Bits) 8 Number of DAC channels (#) 1 Interface type Parallel Output type Unbuffered Current Settling time (µs) 0.1 Features Reference type Ext Architecture Multiplying DAC Rating Catalog Output range (Max) (mA/V) 2 Output range (Min) (mA/V) -2 Operating temperature range (C) -25 to 85, -40 to 85, 0 to 70
PDIP (N) 16 181 mm² 19.3 x 9.4 PLCC (FN) 20 98 mm² 9.9 x 9.9 SOIC (D) 16 59 mm² 9.9 x 6 SOP (NS) 16 80 mm² 10.2 x 7.8 TSSOP (PW) 16 22 mm² 4.4 x 5
  • Easily Interfaced to Microprocessors
  • On-Chip Data Latches
  • Monotonic Over the Entire A/D Conversion Range
  • Segmented High-Order Bits Ensure Low-Glitch Output
  • Interchangeable With Analog Devices AD7524, PMI PM-7524, and Micro Power Systems MP7524
  • Fast Control Signaling for Digital Signal-Processor Applications Including Interface With TMS320
  • CMOS Technology

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  • Easily Interfaced to Microprocessors
  • On-Chip Data Latches
  • Monotonic Over the Entire A/D Conversion Range
  • Segmented High-Order Bits Ensure Low-Glitch Output
  • Interchangeable With Analog Devices AD7524, PMI PM-7524, and Micro Power Systems MP7524
  • Fast Control Signaling for Digital Signal-Processor Applications Including Interface With TMS320
  • CMOS Technology

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

The TLC7524C, TLC7524E, and TLC7524I are CMOS, 8-bit, digital-to-analog converters (DACs) designed for easy interface to most popular microprocessors.

The devices are 8-bit, multiplying DACs with input latches and load cycles similar to the write cycles of a random access memory. Segmenting the high-order bits minimizes glitches during changes in the most significant bits, which produce the highest glitch impulse. The devices provide accuracy to 1/2 LSB without the need for thin-film resistors or laser trimming, while dissipating less than 5 mW typically.

Featuring operation from a 5V to 15V single supply, these devices interface easily to most microprocessor buses or output ports. The 2- or 4-quadrant multiplying makes these devices an ideal choice for many microprocessor-controlled gain-setting and signal-control applications.

The TLC7524C is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. The TLC7524I is characterized for operation from -25°C to 85°C. The TLC7524E is characterized for operation from -40°C to 85°C.

The TLC7524C, TLC7524E, and TLC7524I are CMOS, 8-bit, digital-to-analog converters (DACs) designed for easy interface to most popular microprocessors.

The devices are 8-bit, multiplying DACs with input latches and load cycles similar to the write cycles of a random access memory. Segmenting the high-order bits minimizes glitches during changes in the most significant bits, which produce the highest glitch impulse. The devices provide accuracy to 1/2 LSB without the need for thin-film resistors or laser trimming, while dissipating less than 5 mW typically.

Featuring operation from a 5V to 15V single supply, these devices interface easily to most microprocessor buses or output ports. The 2- or 4-quadrant multiplying makes these devices an ideal choice for many microprocessor-controlled gain-setting and signal-control applications.

The TLC7524C is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. The TLC7524I is characterized for operation from -25°C to 85°C. The TLC7524E is characterized for operation from -40°C to 85°C.

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* Data sheet 8-Bit Multiplying Digital-to-Analog Converters datasheet (Rev. D) 13 Jun 2007
Application note Time Gain Control (Compensation) in Ultrasound Applications 02 Dec 2016

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