Using USB Type-C on hobbyist projects

The new Type-C USB connector is the latest addition to the USB connector standards. It offers reversible plugs, direction independent cables, USB3.1 speeds, and 3A charging in a connector only a little bigger than the USB 2.0 MicroB connector. In order to add these capabilities the plugs and connectors have additional configuration pins to allow devices to negotiate their state. Supporting the configuration ...

Read more

ADC value on LCD using Arduino

Hello friends, hope you all are fine and having good life. In today’s project, we will see how to display ADC value on LCD using Arduino in Proteus ISIS. Its quite a simple project in which we are gonna measure the voltage of ADC pins and then will display them over to LCD. The microcontroller I am using in this project is Arduino. The simulation is designed in Proteus ISIS. IF you are working on PIC Microc ...

Read more

Analog Devices AD587KN 10V reference chip

Voltage references are a humble piece of hardware, their sole function is to provide a stable, known voltage. This constant, known value of voltage can then be used as a reference for ADCs and DACs as well as provide a precision current source. I recently got hold of an Analog Devices AD587KN high precision 10.000V reference chip. This model of chip has an output value of 10.000V ± 5mV (that is, an output v ...

Read more

How to Use ADC in Arduino Uno?

In this tutorial we are introducing concept of ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) in ARDUINO UNO. Arduino board has six ADC channels, as show in figure below. Among those any one or all of them can be used as inputs for analog voltage. The Arduino Uno ADC is of 10 bit resolution (so the integer values from (0-(2^10) 1023)). This means that it will map input voltages between 0 and 5 volts into integer v ...

Read more

How to Use ADC in Arduino Uno?

In this tutorial we are introducing concept of ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) in ARDUINO UNO. Arduino board has six ADC channels, as show in figure below. Among those any one or all of them can be used as inputs for analog voltage. The Arduino Uno ADC is of 10 bit resolution (so the integer values from (0-(2^10) 1023)). This means that it will map input voltages between 0 and 5 volts into integer v ...

Read more

Arduino and the LTC2440 24bit ADC

Have you ever wondered how to improve the resolution of analog readings of your Arduino board? If yes, this is for you. John Beale, discussing on the Dangerous Prototypes’ forum, quickly describes how to connect a Linear’s LTC2440 ADC to an Arduino board, which will provide you with an amazing 24 bit resolution. The ADC, which is available in a SSOP package, can be connected to the Arduino via the SPI bus. ...

Read more
Scroll to top