When is ADC/DAC calibration needed (for what accuracy)?

According to the manual, it is possible to calibrate the ADC/DAC with the help of an example. Based on this example, one must change the Indio library, if the DAC/ADC is to be used. But what if I would like to use my ADC/DAC with low requirements (the voltage can differ several volts without affecting the program). As an example, if I use the ADC/DAC as a digital inputs/source, all I will care about is if there is a low voltage (0 Volts) or high voltage (5 volts).

To the question: Is the ADC/DAC calibration always needed when DAC/ADC is used or only needed when higher accuracy is required?

Hiwa
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Asked on 8/31/20, 9:18 PM
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The default settings of the Indio library give good accuracy, definitely sufficient for your application.

Tom
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Answered on 9/15/20, 1:31 AM
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