Posts tagged ‘ADC’

Interfacing ADS1224 With Arduino

ADS1224 is a 24-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter with 4-channel differential inputs multiplexer. This ADC chip offers a 20-bit effective resolution (6 to 7 digits of resolution in full scale), which makes it ideal in high-resolution voltage measurement applications. Continue reading ‘Interfacing ADS1224 With Arduino’ »

MCP2210 Library — MCP3204 SPI ADC

During the past few weeks, I have shown many examples (see 1, 2, 3, 4) of using the open source MCP2210 Library with SPI devices under Linux. In this post, I will conclude this series with one more example: interfacing MCP3204 with MCP2210. With this example, I will have covered all the devices included on the evaluation board, which represents most of the scenarios you will run into. Other SPI devices can be controlled similarly using the methods illustrated in this series. Continue reading ‘MCP2210 Library — MCP3204 SPI ADC’ »