Texas Instruments offers a broad portfolio of precision and high accuracy DACs for precision measurements in analog monitoring and control, instrumentation and process control to high speed DAC with complex integrated digital features such as interpolation, complex mixers and NCOs for communication applications such as base stations, repeaters, signal generators and software defined radios.
The Texas Instruments broad portfolio offers more than 200 unique DACs across ultra low power single supply, high voltage bipolar and high accuracy DACs. The devices include Industry’s lowest power dual 12/14/16 bit DACs with integrated 2.5V low drift precision reference and highly integrated, multichannel 10/12 bit ADCs and DACs for analog monitoring and control applications.
Top Precision DAC < 10MSPSFeatured Product
The DAC7760 and DAC8760 are low-cost, precision, fully-integrated, 12-bit and 16-bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs) designed to meet the requirements of industrial process-control applications. These devices can be programmed as a current output with a range of 4 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 20 mA, or 0 mA to 24 mA; or as a voltage output with a range of 0 V to 5 V, 0 V to 10 V, ±5 V, or ±10 V, with a 10% overrange (0 V to 5.5 V, 0 V to 11 V, ±5.5 V, or ±11 V). Both current and voltage outputs can be simultaneously enabled while being controlled by a single data register.
16-bit, dual channel, buffered, voltage output DAC with power on reset to zero circuit. Integrated 2.5V 4 ppm/°C reference with 1 mV initial accuracy and has ability to sink/source current (without external buffer) reduces system cost and board space. 4mV offset error at 0.2mA @ 3.6V offers best in class performance at very lower power in a small 3x3mm QFN-10 package (or MSOP-10). Compatible interface with SPI™, QSPI™, Microwire™ and DSP interfaces.
12-bit, 8-channel voltage out DAC with I2C interface in 4x4 mm QFN-24 (or TSSOP-6) and internal reference is excellent for high density applications – saving space while simplifying layout. The ±1LSB Max INL , ultra low glitch of 0.15nVsec and reset capability to zero scale or mid scale allows use in diverse applications.
High integration 12-Bit Analog Monitoring & Control Solution with 16 ADCs, 12 DACs, local and remote temperature sensors with I2C/SPI interface save significant board space and simplify design and layout. The 8 GPIO and global alarms, eg. thermal and ADC input out of range alarms, enhance system reliability . The programmable DAC outputs (0 – up to +12.5V) and wide analog input range (-5V to +5V enables 2x wider input monitoring and control vs. competition.
Cost and power efficient, 16-bit sigma delta DAC solution with SWIF (single wire interface) for transmitting 4 to 20 mA analog output current across the galvanic isolation boundary for 2-wire and 4-wire isolated industrial transmitters. The SWIF reduces system cost by needing just one isolation component as compared to two or three in other digital interface protocols and the error detection and handshaking features within the SWIF protocol ensure error free communication across the isolation boundary.
Fastest 8-channel, High Voltage Bipolar ±16.5V or Unipolar 33V 16-bit DAC with 4x or 6x gain eliminating external voltage gain circuitry. 10µs settling time to 0.03% accuracy is 3x faster than competition without sacrificing accuracy. Integrated analog mux and dual offset DACs facilitates output monitoring as well as Symmetrical or Asymmetrical offset of DAC output range. Supports SPI or Parallel interface.
Fastest 4-channel, High Voltage Bipolar ±16.5V or Unipolar 33V 16-bit DAC. 6µs settling time to 0.03% accuracy is 2x faster than competition without sacrificing accuracy. Integrated analog mux facilitates output . Supports SPI or Parallel interface.
Industry’s smallest 12-bit, single channel 80µA DAC in tiny 6-pin SC70 package. Delivers ±1 LSB INL (max), 6 µs settling time and 0.15nVsec glitch energy – ideal for space constrained, low cost applications.
Precision 2.7-5.25V with separate IO supply pin operating down to 1.7V. The 4-wire SPI compatible interface operates at clock rates up to 20 MHz. The part is capable of Daisy Chain and Data Read Back. An on board power-on-reset (POR) circuit ensures the output powers up to a known state.
The DAC161S055 features a power-up value pin (MZB), a load DAC pin (LDACB) and a DAC clear (CLRB) pin.
16-bit, 8-channel Vout DAC with very stable on-chip, precision 2.5V reference with 2ppm/°C temperature drift, initial accuracy of 0.004% (typ), 0.02%(max). Combined with good 20mA current source/sink eliminates external reference while consuming only 1.25mA at 5V. Power on resets to Zero-Scale or Mid-Scale
Full-featured, general purpose Octal 10-bit voltage-output digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that can operate from a single +2.7V to +5.5V supply and consumes 1.95 mW at 3V and 4.85 mW at 5V. It is packaged in a 16-lead LLP package and a 16-lead TSSOP package. The LLP package makes the DAC108S085 the smallest Octal DAC in its class. The on-chip output amplifiers allow rail-to-rail output swing and the three wire serial interface operates at clock rates up to 40 MHz over the entire supply voltage range.
In Industry’s smallest 2x2mm 14-pin µQFN with 256 taps, dual channel, digital potentiometer with I2C. Also available in industry standard TSSOP-14 pinout. 90% faster power-up response to wiper setting <100µs guarantees quickest restart in critical applications such as circuit breakers.
In Industry’s smallest 2x2mm 14-pin µQFN with 256 taps, dual channel, digital potentiometer with SPI. Also available in industry standard TSSOP-14 pinout. 90% faster power-up response to wiper setting <100µs guarantees quickest restart in critical applications such as circuit breakers.
Industry’s smallest 256-tap Potentiometer with SPI Interface . The low temperature coefficient at 35ppm/°C eliminates the need for temperature compensation. The INL of ± 1LSB allows more precise controls. It is available in both the industry standard 8-pin SOT-23 package as well as the industry’s smallest package, an 8-pin microQFN (1.5mm x 1.5mm).
Single channel, linear-taper digital potentiometer with 128 wiper positions. The TPL0401A/B have the low terminal internal and connected to GND. The position of the wiper can be adjusted using an I2C interface. The TPL0401 is available in a 6-pin SC-70 package.
Highly Integrated device helps customer integrate up to 4 discrete parts in 1 chip thus saving board space, cost and design time. Includes 8 channel, 10 bit ADC; 4 channel, 10 bit DAC ;12 GPIOs and Local Temp Sensor: - 40°C to +125°C, ± 2.5°C accuracy. Independent GPIO and SPI supply to interface to low voltage / low power microcontrollers. Available in 36-pin QFN (6mm x 6 mm).
Texas Instruments broad portfolio of high speed DACs ranges from several MSPS to GSPS. It includes the lowest power and fastest 16-bit DACs up to 1.5GSPS and the lowest power, size, cost dual 500MSPS DACs. The portfolio offers high sample rate DACs without additional digital integration for low latency applications as well as options with high digital integration to reduce space and pins while delivering superior performance to support leading edge application requirements.
Top High Speed DAC > 10MSPS Devices:
The DAC3154/DAC3164 are dual channel 10-/12-bit, pin-compatible family of 500 MSPS digital-to-analog converters (DAC). The DAC3154/DAC3164 use a 10-/12-bit wide LVDS digital bus with an input FIFO. FIFO input and output pointers can be synchronized across multiple devices for precise signal synchronization.
The DAC3174 is a dual channel 14-bit, 500 MSPS digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The DAC3174 uses a 14-bit wide LVDS digital bus with 1 or 2 independent data clocks for flexibility in providing each channel’s data from different data sources. An input FIFO allows independent data and sample clocks.
The AFE7225 is a dual Receive ADC with 70dB SNR and dual Transmit DAC with 76dB SFDR. It integrates Interpolation, Decimation, NCO, Clock Multiplier/Divider along with auxiliary ADC/DAC. The interface is selectable LVDS or Multiplexed CMOS input/output in a compact 9x9mm2 64 pin QFN package.
The DAC34H84, fastest DAC in the industry, is a quad channel 16-bit interleaved 1.25 GSPS input with 2x-16x interpolation and 32-bit NCO (Numerically Controlled Oscillator) with dual 16 bit LVDS digital interface in a BGA package allows double the input pattern rate. The device also offers a low jitter 2x-32x phase locked loop and Offset, gain, group delay and phase control reducing external devices. It is targeted for communications systems enabling 500MHz PA Linearization bandwidth.
The DAC3484 is a quad channel 16-bit interleaved 1.25 GSPS input with 2x-16x interpolation and 32-bit NCO (Numerically Controlled Oscillator) reduces I/O count in a 9x9mm multi-row QFN package. The device also offers a low jitter 2x-32x phase locked loop and Offset, gain, group delay and phase control reducing external devices.
The DAC5688 is a 16 bit 800 MSPS dual DAC with selectable 2x, 4x and 8x interpolation filters and complex mixer with 32-bit NCO. It also integrates a digital Inverse SINC filter and integrated 2x-32x PLL clock multiplier.
The DAC3283 is the industry’s smallest DAC for I/Q transmit chains in 7x7mm TQFP package. It save > 80% space while integrating dual 16 bit 800 MSPS DACs and 2x/4x interpolation with phase, gain and offset QMC correction.
The DAC3162 is dual channel 12 bit, 500 MSPS DAC. It is 50% smaller and 30% lower power than the next smallest DAC solution at this speed and resolution in a 7x7mm QFN package that dissipates 300mW total. The interleaved input bus halves I/O pins needed on FPGAs while the low 1.5 clock cycle latency makes it ideal for control systems and time sensitive signal generation.
The DAC5681 is a 16 bit 1 GSPS DAC with DDR LVDS bus in a 9x9mm 64 pin QFN package.
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