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DATEL introduces DAC-1412 series of digital-to-analog converters

August 042016
DATEL introduces DAC-1412 series of digital-to-analog converters

August 4, 2016 - DATEL, Inc. has announced the introduction of the DAC-1412 series, a new line of Digital-to-Analog converters that offer 14-bit resolution and are housed in 28-pin plastic TSSOP package. It is offered in two Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) grades, DAC-1412SE (-40 to +105°C) and DAC-1412SM (-55 to +125°C).

Each unit features no missing codes, ±1.5 LSB of Differential Non-Linearity, ±2.0 of Integral Non-Linearity and is 100 percent tested for performance across temperature ranges: -40 to +105°C; -55 to +125°C. The DAC-1412 requires only one supply voltage for operation; ranging from +2.7 to 5.25 Volts, and consumes only 30mA of supply current. It has a "sleep mode" feature that reduces power consumption only 20µA.

The DAC-1412 contains a precision internal 1.2V temperature-compensated bandgap voltage reference, or it can be used with an external reference option. It features an edge-triggered CMOS input latches and provides excellent dynamic performance with -75dB of Total Harmonic Distortion making it ideal for applications such as signal reconstruction, high-resolution imaging, cellular base stations, and medical/test instruments

DATEL offers these converters tested over temperature with ATE results recorded and stored for the operating temperatures of -40C to +105°C (DAC-1412SE) or -55 to + 125°C (DAC-1412SM). Burn-in, lot and ATE traceability are also offered

Samples for both DAC-1412SE and DAC-1412SM are available upon request.

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