This is an DAC made with a PIC chip which converts any 7 bit digital number into a 0-3.3V analog voltage!Designed by Tymkrs (The Toymakers), Ships from United States
This board is. Really. Cool. It is a digital to analog converter that doesn't use a DAC chip! It can take any 7-bit digital value from 0000000 to 1111111 and convert it to a voltage between 0V and...Read More…
This board is. Really. Cool. It is a digital to analog converter that doesn't use a DAC chip! It can take any 7-bit digital value from 0000000 to 1111111 and convert it to a voltage between 0V and 3.3V. But it is also compatible with shift registers and so it can accept 8 bits as well. The analog out value is based on the lower 7 bits.
We have used this in quite a few of our musical projects as well. Let us know if you use this and we can spread the word about your project!
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