DAC + Buck/Boost Converter Operates Off Single Supply

DAC + Buck/Boost Converter Operates Off Single Supply
Texas Instruments Inc.

The 16-bit DAC8775 digital-to-analog converter (DAC) operates from a single, wide 12V to 36V power rail, leveraging an integrated buck/boost converter to generate all of the required internal power supplies. The four-channel DAC8775 addresses the trend in factory automation and process control equipment toward input/output (I/O) modules that must squeeze more channels into a smaller space. By combining a 4- to 20-mA current and voltage driver with a precision reference and a buck/boost converter, the DAC8775 enables a total system footprint that is up to 25 percent smaller than the nearest competing device. Expanding TI's versatile portfolio of precision data converters, this highly integrated DAC can deliver smaller and more efficient designs with advanced diagnostic capabilities. The device comes in a 10 mm x 10 mm quad-flat no-lead (QFN) package and is priced at $15.72 each/1,000.vFor more information, visit http://www.ti.com/product/dac8775?HQS=asc-dc-dac-DAC8775-vanity-pf-null-wwe

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