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Subject: Re: Adjustable precision diode

Date: 05/13/02 at 4:59 AM
Posted by: David Ashby
E-mail: dashby@quin.co.uk
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: Adjustable precision diode posted by Bob Jeffords on 05/10/02 at 11:17 PM:

Hi Bob,

I have used PIC microcontrollers quite a lot in the past, they are sometimes a neat way of doing things. I'm not familier enough with the smaller devices to recommend one (I worked with the mid-range family), but I'm sure you can locate a suitable device on their website.

Be aware that the accuracy of the offset will be limited by the resolution of the A/D converter, which will probably be 8 bits, or roughly 20mv per count based on the 5V supply used as the reference voltage.

David Ashby

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