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A project log for SEELablet : Instrument Cluster For Laboratories

Minimal, yet powerful combination of control and measurement tools integrated with an SBC running Python based UIs for science & Engg. Expts

JithinJithin 07/11/2016 at 07:140 Comments

A breakdown of the schematics : Full schematic is part of the design package in github.

Figure : Bipolar power supply generation using charge pumps

Multiple feedback filter for sine wave generation.
The values were simulated using a calculator hosted by OKAWA electric design

Using a 4-channel DAC to drive three voltage sources, and a current source. This model has high error margins, but since these are always consistent with the reference voltage, a point by point calibration(4KB per channel) can be used to achieve the maximum resolution of 12-bits.

Figure : Calibrating the analog channels against a calibrated 24-bit ADC.
The jagged lines belong to the DAC channels. As is evident from the graph, these cannot be fitted against polynomials of a few orders, so I went ahead and stored the errors on a per point basis (with two more constants for autoscaling the errors to a 1 byte full range).

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