A month ago we released V to Hz click, now it's time to release its counterpart - Hz to V click.
Hz to V click converts an input frequency of a signal into a DC voltage output, with a level of proportion to the input frequency.
Hz to V click
Hz to V click has a linear response, and by applying a signal with the frequency between 10Hz to 10kHz on its input, the Click board™ will generate a DC voltage, ranging from 0V to 3.3V. Hz to V click features very good linearity, covers a frequency range from 10Hz to 10kHz and it has good temperature stability.
The Click board™ carries TC9400 voltage to frequency converter from Microchip. To learn more about this and the functionality of Hz to V click, visit the product page.
Frequency to voltage converter applications
A frequency to voltage converter is used in all sorts of applications - power control, communication, measurement, etc. Basically, any sort of application where a repeated action needs to be measured.
But the most common association is with digital tachometers, which are used for measuring the rate of rotation of a wheel.