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Figure 99 of the data sheet for the DAC8562/DAC8563 shows a circuit for creating a bipolar output using the DAC8562. I am curious why the DAC8562 was specifically chosen, and none of the other parts in the data sheet? Since the DAC8562 resets to a value of zero, the output of the circuit would be -10V. It seems the DAC8563 would be a better choice because it resets to a mid-scale value, and then the circuit would output 0V when reset.