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Laser-Trimmed to High Accuracy. Single or Dual Supply Operation. The ADA is a complete monolithic integrated circuit which.
It offers performance which. The ADA directly computes the true. It has a crest factor compensation scheme which. An important feature of the ADA not previously available in. The logarithm of the.
The ADA is laser trimmed at the wafer level for input and. As a result, no. There is full protection for both inputs and outputs. Loss of supply voltage with inputs connected will not cause. The output is short-circuit protected. All three versions are available in.
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The ADAS is also available in a leadless her. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its. No license is granted by implication or. The ADA computes the true root-mean-square level of a. The true rms value of a waveform is a.
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The rms value of a. The crest factor of a waveform is the ratio of the peak signal.
The crest factor compensation. The only external component required to perform measure.
The value of this capacitor determines. The ADA will operate equally well from split supplies or. The one milliampere quiescent supply current makes the.
One Technology Way, P. BoxNorwood, MAU. It offers performance which is comparable or superior to that of hybrid or modular units costing much more. The ADA directly computes the true rms value of any complex input waveform containing ac and dc components.
The wide bandwidth of the device extends the measurement capabi- lity to kHz with 3 dB error for signal levels above mV. An important feature of the ADA not previously available in rms converters is ad356 auxiliary dB output.
The logarithm of the rms output signal is brought out to a separate pin to allow the dB conversion, with a useful dynamic range of 60 dB. Using an externally supplied reference current, the 0 dB level can be con- veniently set by the user to correspond to any input level from 0. The ADA is laser trimmed at the wafer level for input and output offset, positive and negative waveform symmetry dc re- versal errorand full-scale accuracy at 7 V rms.
As a result, no external trims are required to achieve the rated unit accuracy. The input circuitry can take overload voltages well beyond the supply lev- els. Loss of supply voltage with inputs connected will not cause unit failure.
All three versions are available in either a hermetically sealed lead DIP or pin TO metal can. The ADAS is also available in a leadless datasheeet metically sealed ceramic chip carrier.
A5d36 Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent or patent rights of Analog Devices.
The ADA computes the true root-mean-square level of a complex ac or ac plus dc input signal and gives an equiva- lent dc output level. The true rms value of a waveform is a more useful quantity than the average rectified value since a5d36 relates directly to the power of the signal.
The rms value of a statistical signal also relates to its standard deviation. The crest factor of a waveform is the ratio of the peak signal swing to the rms value.
The crest factor compensation scheme of the ADA allows measurement of highly com- plex signals with wide dynamic range. The only external component required to perform measure- ments to the fully specified accuracy is the capacitor which sets the averaging period.
The value of this capacitor determines the low frequency ac accuracy, ripple level and settling time. The ADA will operate equally well from split supplies or a single supply with total supply levels from 5 to 36 volts.
The one milliampere quiescent supply current makes the device well-suited for a wide variety of remote controllers and battery powered instruments. The ADA directly replaces the AD and provides im- proved bandwidth and temperature drift specifications.