f to v converter

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by mechtronics, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. mechtronics

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    does any 1 kno can a 10 volt output be achieved on the tc9400 frequency to voltage converter, from any input frequency applied to it?? a diagram would be much appreciated if any body has one?
     
  2. SgtWookie

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  3. mechtronics

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    it states in the data sheet that:

    The devices can also be used as highly accurate
    Frequency-to-Voltage (F/V) converters, accepting
    virtually any input frequency waveform and providing a​
    linearly proportional voltage output.
     
  4. Jaguarjoe

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    Section 6.1 on page 14 has the formula for Vo. I'd start there.
     
  5. mechtronics

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    this can be any output voltage you want to a given frequency so i suppose ya 10 volts is what i need.
     
  6. Jaguarjoe

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    Don't fall for sucker traps like expecting an output voltage to be higher than the supply voltage.
     
  7. mechtronics

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    i dont want the o/p voltage to be higher than supply voltage.
     
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