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Interfacing TLV5620 With Arduino

Posted on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 in Arduino, Interface by DP

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Kerry Wong posted an article on interfacing the TLV5620 with an Arduino:

TI’s TLV5620 is a budget 4-channel 8-bit DAC. While it is designed primarily for running with a power supply between 3V and 3.6V, it can be powered by 5V as well given its wide supply voltage range. With a TL431 voltage reference (2.5V), the DAC output can cover 0-5V with the RNG bit set.   It is very easy to interface TLV5620 with an Arduino. The code below illustrates how this is done

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