ADC Device

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The analog to digital converter is an Electronic device which picks a bit from an analog value and outputs it as a digital signal. It is most commonly used with a DAC Device to send up to 4 digital signals through a single Copper Wire, but can be used along with any analog source. The white pin is the analog input and the blue is the digital output. You can rotate the device and configure which bit is picked using a Spanner.


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