The DAC2 board is a precise digital-to-analogue converter with 8 channels. The output voltages can be programmed within the range of ± 10 V. The outputs are secured against short-circuits and surges of up to ± 24 V and can be switched off together using the relay. The analogue part is electrically isolated from the digital part. The firmware is capable of emulating the predecessor board DAC1 with 12-bit resolution, allowing the board to be used as a replacement for malfunctioning DAC1 boards.
Typical applications of the DAC2 board include the supply of voltages to test analogue inputs or the simulation of hall sensors when testing industrial joysticks for construction and agricultural machinery.