High Speed A/D converter 12-bit

Posted on Nov 3, 2012

This system performs a complete conversion of 12 bits in 10 p unipolar or bipolar. This converter is accurate to ± 12-bit LSB Y2 and a typical gain TC of 10 ppm / ° C. In unipolar mode, the system range is 0 V to 9.9976 V, with each bit having a value of 2.44 mY. For the accuracy of true conversion, an A / D converter must be trimmed so that, given the results just the exit code of input levels of Y2 Y2 LSB LSB below to above the exact voltage represents the code.

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Therefore, the converter zero point should be cut with an input voltage of 1.22 mY; R trim until the LSB is just beginning to appear in the exit (all other bits "0") . For the entire scale, use an input voltage of 9.9963 V (10-VI LSB LSB Y2), then cut R2 until the LSB is just beginning to appear (all other bits "1 "). Bipolar signal range - 5.0 V to 4.9976 V. Bipolar offset cutting is done by applying a - 4.9988 V input signal and trimming R3 for LSB transition (all other bits "0"). On a large scale is determined by applying cutting R2 4.9963 V and the transition to LSB (all other bits "1").

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