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Texas Instruments launches digital-to-analog converters

Texas Instruments (TI), a designer and supplier of digital signal processors, has launched DAC8562 family of dual 12-, 14- and 16- bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs).

The 8562 DAC family consumes 0.1 mA of power per channel and are used in portable medical devices, laser modules, and wireless base stations, azooptics reported.

The DACs have a 10 ppm/°C of maximum reference drift and a 4 mV maximum offset error.

The DACs also provides glitch energy of 0.1 nV-sec, and 0.75 LSB at 12-bits INL.

The DAC8562 family has options for resetting to mid-scale and zero-scale which supports various types of control loops.