Rugged D/A converter for aerospace and defense fast-analog uses introduced by DATEL

MANSFIELD, Mass., 22 Nov. 2013. The DATEL business unit of Murata Power Solutions in Mansfield, Mass., is introducing the DAC-88 series of digital-to-analog (D/A) converters for aerospace and defense electronics applications where fast analog output settling speed are required.

Rugged D/A converter for aerospace and defense fast-analog uses introduced by DATEL
Rugged D/A converter for aerospace and defense fast-analog uses introduced by DATEL
MANSFIELD, Mass., 22 Nov. 2013. The DATEL business unit of Murata Power Solutions in Mansfield, Mass., is introducing the DAC-88 series of digital-to-analog (D/A) converters for aerospace and defense electronics applications where fast analog output settling speed are required.

The DAC-88 series D/A converters are 12-bit, 3-microsecond D/A converters housed in a small hermetically sealed 24-pin DDIP or SMT gull-wing ceramic package.

Each data conversion unit features guaranteed monotonicity and is 100 percent tested for performance across one of three specified temperature ranges: 0 to 70 degrees Celsius, -40 to 100 C, and -55 to 125 C.

Output range is programmable to 20 volts, and includes bipolar options. Tight resistor thermal tracking equates to DNL tempco of +2ppm maximum, which assures reliable performance over the full operating range.

The DAC-88 series is manufactured in DATEL's U.S. facility, which is certified to MIL-PRF-38534 standards. The device is available in commercial, military, and high-reliability versions, and is pin-for-pin compatible with the DAC88, HS3860, and MN3860 series.

RoHS and non-RoHS versions are available. Both 883 and DSCC/DLA-compliant models are included in this family and are available under drawing number 5962-9057001HXA or 5962-9057001HXC.

For more information contact DATEL online at www.datel.com.

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