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Part Number DAC8562
Manufacturer Analog Devices
Title +5 Volt/ Parallel Input Complete 12-Bit DAC
Description The DAC8562 is a complete, parallel input, 12-bit, voltage output DAC designed to operate from a single +5 volt supply. Built using a CBCMOS proc...
Features Complete 12-Bit DAC No External Components Single +5 Volt Operation 1 mV/Bit with 4.095 V Full Scale True Voltage Output, ؎ 5 mA Drive Very Low Power
  –3 mW APPLICATIONS Digitally Controlled Calibration Servo Controls Process Control Equipment PC Peripherals REF +5 Volt, Parallel Input Complete 12-B...

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