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MAX1452 nonlinearity-correction application circuit
Posted:?Oct 17, 2011 11:19 AM

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Although nonlinearity correction has not been implemented in the MAX1452, it can be achieved simply by using an additional three resistors in the application circuit. This application note presents such a circuit and provides data that supports its effectiveness.
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I am not able to interface max1452 with 8051 controller. The command which I written for max1452 IC that is not working properly such that the bridge exciattion voltage is not changing with FSOTC calibration register as the tutorial mentioned. Along with the all the resistance value of bridge sensor is not equal while the output voltage is equal to zero. I would anticipate your reply. My mail-Id is:
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