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Accurate Universal Measurement Interface

Accuracy—quite simply

Based on a Labs project | March 2013 | Find it here
Accurate Universal Measurement Interface
Most microcontrollers have a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), but what can we do when this isn’t accurate enough? Look no further: the solution is right in front of you.
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R1,R2R9,R12 = 470Ohm 5%
R3,R4 = 220Ohm 5%
R5,R6 = 22kOhm 1%
R7,R8 = 2.2kOhm 5%
R10,R11 = 4.7kOhm 5%
C1,C2 = 10nF 50V 10%
C3,C4,C5 = 1µF 50V 10%
C6 = 100nF 50V 10%
C7 = 10µF 16V 10%, electrolytic
D1,D2 = LL4148
IC1 = MCP3421A1T
IC2 = MCP602SN

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