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FEATURES
§ Two linear taper, temperature-controlled
variable resistors
§ DS1848-050
- One 50kW, 256 position
- One 10kW, 256 position
§ DS1848-010
- Two 10kW, 256 position
§ Resistor settings changeable every 2°C
§ Access to temperature data and device
control via a 2-wire interface
§ Operates from 3V or 5V supplies
§ Packaging: 14-pin TSSOP, 16-ball CSBGA
§ Operating temperature: -40ºC to +95ºC
§ Programming temperature: 0ºC to +70ºC
§ 128 bytes of user EEPROM
DS1848
Dual Temperature-Controlled
NV Variable Resistor & Memory
PIN ASSIGNMENT
SDA
SCL
A0
A1
A2
WP
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
14 Vcc
13 H0
12 NC
11 H1
10 L1
9 NC
8 L0
14-Pin TSSOP (173-mil)
Top View
A
B
C
D
16-Ball1CSBG2A (4m3m x 44mm)
DESCRIPTION
The DS1848 Dual Temperature-Controlled Nonvolatile (NV) Variable Resistor consists of two 256-
position linear, variable resistors. The DS1848-050 consists of one 10kW and one 50kW, while the
DS1848-010 consists of two 10kW resistors; both incorporate a direct-to-digital temperature sensor. The
device provides an ideal method for setting and temperature-compensating bias voltages and currents in
control applications using a minimum of circuitry.
The variable resistors settings are stored in EEPROM memory and can be accessed over the industry
standard 2-wire serial bus. The value of each variable resistor is determined by a temperature-addressed
look-up table, which can assign a unique value to each resistor for every 2°C increment over the -40°C to
+95°C range. The output of the digital temperature sensor is also available as a 13-bit, 2’s complement
value over the serial bus. The interface I/O pins consist of SDA and SCL.
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PIN DESCRIPTIONS
Name TSSOP BGA
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GND 7
SDA 1
D1
B2
SCL 2
A2
WP 6
C1
A0 3
A1 4
A2 5
H0 13
A1
B1
C2
A4
H1 11
L0 8
B3
D3
L1 10
NC 9
NC 12
NC
NC
C4
D4
B4
C3
D2
DS1848
Description
Power Supply Terminal. The DS1848 will support supply
voltages ranging from +3.0V to +5.5V.
Ground Terminal.
2-Wire Serial Data Interface. The serial data pin is for serial data
transfer to and from the DS1848. The pin is open drain and may
be wire-ORed with other open drain or open collector interfaces.
2-Wire Serial Clock Input. The serial clock input is used to
clock data into the DS1848 on rising edges and clock data out on
falling edges.
Write Protect Input. If open or set to logic 1, all memory, control
registers, and Look-up tables are write protected. If set to a logic 0, the
device is not write protected and can be written to. The WP pin is pulled
high internally.
Address Input. Pins A0, A1, and A2 are used to specify the
address of each DS1848 when used in a multi-dropped
configuration.
Address Input.
Address Input.
High terminal of Resistor 0. For both resistors, it is
not required that the high terminal be connected to a potential
greater than the low terminal. Voltage applied to the high terminal
of each resistor cannot exceed VCC, or go below ground.
High terminal of Resistor 1.
Low terminal of Resistor 0. For both resistors, it is
not required that the low terminal be connected to a potential less
than the high terminal. Voltage applied to the low terminal of each
resistor cannot exceed VCC, or go below ground.
Low terminal of Resistor 1.
No Connect.
No Connect.
No Connect.
No Connect.
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DS1848 BLOCK DIAGRAM Figure 1
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A0
A1
A2
SDA
2-Wire
Interface
SCL
Vcc
Gnd
0h 128x8 bit
USER
EEPROM
7Fh (Table 0)
72x8 bit
EEPROM
Resistor 0
Look-up Table
(Table 1)
E0h Table Select Byte
E1h Configuration Byte
72x8 bit
EEPROM
Resistor 1
Look-up Table
(Table 2)
0h
47h
E2h
Temperature MSB
Byte
Digital
Temperature
Sensor
E3h Temperature LSB
Byte
E4h Address Pointer
E5h- User Memory
E6h
E7h Internal Address Sel
E8h- User Memory
EFh
F0h Resistor 0 Setting
F1h Resistor 1 setting
F2h-
FFh
User Memory
256 Position
Digitally-
Controlled
10kW or 50kW
Resistor 0
256 Position
Digitally-
Controlled 10kW
Resistor 1
H0
L0
H1
L1
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Memory Location Name of Location
00h to 47h
User Defined Look-Up Table
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(the Table Select
Byte, E0h, must be
set to 01h or 02h to
access the Look-
Up Tables)
DS1848
Function of Location
This block contains the user-defined temperature
settings of the resistors. Values between 00h and
FFh can be written to either table to set the 256
position variable resistors. The first address
location, 00h, is used to set the resistor at -40°C.
Each successive memory location will contain the
resistor setting for the previous temperature +2°C.
For example, memory address 01h is the address
that will set the resistor in a -38°C environment.
For default memory settings and programming
the look-up table, refer to the Programming the
Look-Up Table (LUT) section of the datasheet.
00h to 7Fh
(the Table Select
Byte, E0h, must be
set to 00h to access
the User EEPROM
Memory)
User Memory
E0h Table Select Byte
E1h Configuration Byte
This block is for general-purpose user memory.
When shipped from the factory, memory
locations 60h – 6Bh contain the same information
as found in Look-Up Table 1, memory locations
28h – 33h. Memory locations 6Ch – 77h contain
the same information as found in Look-Up Table
2, memory locations 28h – 33h.
Writing to this byte determines if one of the two
72x8 EEPROM look-up tables or the user
EEPROM memory is selected for reading or
writing.
00h (User EEPROM selected)
01h (Look-Up Table 1 selected)
02h (Look-Up Table 2 selected)
TAU TEN AEN
TAU – Temperature/Address Update
TEN – Temperature Update Enable
AEN – Address Update Enable
Default setting is 03h, TAU = 1, TEN = 1 and
AEN = 1.
TAU becomes a 1 after a temperature and address
update has occurred as a result of a temperature
conversion. The user can write this bit to 0 and
check for a transition from 0 to 1 in order to
verify that a conversion has occurred.
If TEN = 0, the temperature conversion feature is
disabled. The user sets the resistor in “manual
mode” by writing to addresses F0h and F1h to
control resistors 0 and 1, respectively.
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Memory Location Name of Location
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E2h Temperature MSB
E3h Temperature LSB
E4h
E5h to E6h
E7h
Address Pointer
User Memory
Address Select
E8h to EFh
F0h
F1h
F2h to FFh
User Memory
Resistor 0 Setting
Resistor 1 Setting
User memory
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Function of Location
With AEN = 0 the user can operate in a test
mode. Address updates made from the
temperature sensor will cease. The user can load a
memory location into E4h and verify that the
values in locations F0h and F1h are the expected
user-defined values.
This byte contains the MSB of the 13-bit 2s
complement temperature output from the
temperature sensor.
S 27 26 25 24 23 22 21
This byte contains the LSB of the 13-bit 2s
complement temperature output from the
temperature sensor.
20 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 X X X
For example temperature readings, refer to Table
2.
Calculated, current resistor address (0h – 47h).
The user-defined resistor setting at this location in
the respective look-up table will be loaded into
F0h and F1h to set the two resistors.
General purpose user memory (SRAM)
Internal or external device address select. This
byte allows the user to use the external address
pins or an internal register location to determine
the device address.
A2 A1 A0 ENB
ENB = 0 and external A2, A1, A0 grounded,
device will use internal address bits (A2, A1, A0)
in this register
ENB = 1, external A2, A1, A0 = any setting,
device will use external address pins
Default setting is 01h. The device uses external
pins to determine its address.
General purpose user memory (SRAM)
In the user-controlled setting mode, this block
contains the resistor 0 setting.
In the user-controlled setting mode, this block
contains the resistor 1 setting.
General purpose user memory (SRAM)
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