Manufacturer Part #
MCP4728 Series 4 Ch I2C EEPROM Memory 5.5 V 12-Bit D/A Converter SMT - MSOP-10
|Standard Pkg:|| |
Product Variant Information section
100 per Tube
Microchip MCP4728-E/UN - Product Specification
Microchip MCP4728-E/UN - Technical Attributes
|No of Channels:||4|
|Supply Voltage:||2.7V to 5.5V|
|Operating Temp Range:||-40°C to +125°C|
|Storage Temperature Range:||-65°C to +150°C|
|Moisture Sensitivity Level:||1|
|Mounting Method:||Surface Mount|
$Features & Applications
Analog to digital converters take real world signals and convert them into 0’s and 1’s, so that they may be manipulated by digital equipment.
Whether you are listening to a CD or scanning a picture to your computer, the ADC is converting the analog signal (Sound and light) to a digital source. The opposite is also true. If you take a digital signal and need to convert it back to an Analog source you need a DAC.
The ADC/DCA converter takes samples from the analog signal from time to time. Each sample is converted into a number, based on its voltage level.
The more sampling points that are used, the higher the sampling rate. The value of each sampled point is stored on a fixed-length variable. So, if you are using an 8-bit analog-to-digital converter, the lowest value will be zero and the highest value will be 255. If a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter is used, the lowest value will be zero and the highest value will be 65,535.
100 per Tube