5% reference voltage, a power good monitor and programmable soft-start of the output voltage.
What does RV stand for?
RV stands for Reference Voltage
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We have 36 other meanings of RV in our Acronym Attic
- Reactor Vessel
- Réalité Virtuelle (French: Virtual Reality)
- Receipt Voucher
- Receive Variable
- Received Votes (sports ranking)
- Recirculation Valve
- Recombination Velocity
- Reconnaissance Vehicle
- Recreational Vehicle
- Reentry/Remote Vehicle
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A typical ADC works by comparing the voltage of an external analog input signal with internally generated reference voltage levels to convert the analog input signal into digital level.
An external analogue reference voltage is applied to the Vcon input, upon which the output voltage follows the reference voltage within a period of 20us (multiplied by an internal gain of 2.
The 2-channel converter design, which includes a programmable gain amplifier (PGA) and a band-gap reference voltage source, has a 3.
If the signal is higher than the stored reference voltage, it tells the digital counter to count up, otherwise it tells the counter to count down.
Other features include a reference voltage source, an oscillation circuit and an error amplifier.
56V reference voltage across the resistor, the driver's internal control transistor helps minimize power losses and ensures sufficient supply voltage margin.
5 V reference voltage source feeds the power stages of the V-I converters, while the other circuits are operated from a [+ or -] 15 V power supply.