Analog Devices / Maxim Integrated MAX5717 & MAX5719 16 & 20-Bit Voltage-Output DACs

Analog Devices MAX5717 and MAX5719 16-Bit and 20-Bit Voltage-Output Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs) come with integrated feedback resistors that allow bipolar operation when used with an external operational amplifier. These DACs provide low glitch energy, low noise, tight bipolar resistor matching, and high accuracy. These devices feature ±4LSB INL (max, 16-bit) over the temperature range of -40°C to +105°C. The integrated precision setting resistors make the DACs easy to use.

The MAX5717 and MAX5719 feature a 50MHz, 3-wire SPI™, QSPI™, MICROWIRE™, and DSP-compatible serial interface. On power-up, the output resets to zero-scale. This provides additional safety for applications that drive valves or transducers that must be off on power-up. The DAC output settles in 750ns and has a low offset and gain drift of ±0.1 ppm/°C of FSR.

The Analog Devices MAX5717 and MAX5719 Voltage-Output DACs are offered in a compact SO-14 package.


  • 16 and 20-bit resolution
  • ±4 LSB INL (Max, 16-bit)
  • ±0.5 LSB DNL (Max, 16-bit)
  • 750ns settling time (typ)
  • 0.05nV-sec Glitch energy
  • 6nv/√Hz Output noise density
  • Integrated ±0.025% (max) bipolar setting resistors
  • 4.5V to 5.5V supply range
  • 4.0V to VDD reference input range
  • Safe power-up reset-to-zero-scale DAC output (unipolar)
  • 50MHz 3-wire SPI interface
  • -40°C to +105°C operating temperature range
  • SO-14 package


  • Test and measurement equipment
  • Automatic test equipment
  • Gain and offset adjustment
  • Data-acquisition systems
  • Process control and servo loops
  • Portable instrumentation
  • Programmable voltage and current sources
  • Automatic tuning
  • Communication systems

Block Diagram

Block Diagram - Analog Devices / Maxim Integrated MAX5717 & MAX5719 16 & 20-Bit Voltage-Output DACs
Publié le: 2016-09-09 | Mis à jour le: 2023-04-12