When you need to generate a voltage between -10 and +10 volts, this board will do the job. With a resolution of 4.9mV (12-bit) and current as high as 5mA, it is designed to interface with devices that are controlled by an analog voltage signal. To use it, simply plug it into a VINT port and control the voltage with your program (See the "Compatible Products" tab for a list of VINT Hubs). It will also launch an event when the actual output voltage varies from the chosen voltage (for example, when the attached device is drawing too much current). This Phidget is factory calibrated to ensure output accuracy.
Selectable Voltage Range
Need higher resolution? The output on this Phidget also has a 0 to 5V terminal that can be used instead of the ±10 terminal, yielding a resolution of 1.2mV. Both terminals are controlled as the same object in software; they cannot be controlled separately.