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The '''digital to analogl converter''' is an [[Electronic]] device which combines a digital signal with an analog value.  It is most commonly used with a [[ADC Device]] to send up to 4 digital signals through a single [[Copper Wire]].  The blue pin is the analog output, the opposite pin is an (optional) analog input. A high or low signal to the third pin toggles a 0 or 1 of the respective bit in the analog output. You can rotate the device and configure which bit is toggled using a [[Spanner]].
 
The '''digital to analogl converter''' is an [[Electronic]] device which combines a digital signal with an analog value.  It is most commonly used with a [[ADC Device]] to send up to 4 digital signals through a single [[Copper Wire]].  The blue pin is the analog output, the opposite pin is an (optional) analog input. A high or low signal to the third pin toggles a 0 or 1 of the respective bit in the analog output. You can rotate the device and configure which bit is toggled using a [[Spanner]].

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