ARM Holdings is the world's leading provider of semiconductor intellectual property (IP). Headquartered in Cambridge, England, ARM employs more than 1,700 people and has offices around the world, including design centers in Belgium, France, India, Sweden and the United States. The ARM processor is the first RISC microprocessor designed for the low-budget market.
Devices developed for industrial applications usually have a 4-20mA output interface. In the past there was no DAC module microcontroller system, the need to add a master DAC to achieve analog control, or use the PWM to simulate the DA, but also brought Temperature drift and long-term stability issues. In STM32-centric devices, using its own DAC can be very convenient to achieve 4-20mA output interface, with high precision, good stability, small drift and easy programming.
The MAX14883E has ±60V fault protection and polarity options to ensure reliable communications and reduce installation errors. The 83E has ±60V fault protection, polarity options, reliable communications, and reduced installation errors.