This 12-Channel, 10/12-BIT ADC HAT is the next evolution of my original 8-channel 10-bit HAT, you can find here: Link This version has (8) 10-Bit channels accessed via SPI, and (4) 12-Bit channels ...Read More…
This 12-Channel, 10/12-BIT ADC HAT is the next evolution of my original 8-channel 10-bit HAT, you can find here: Link
This version has (8) 10-Bit channels accessed via SPI, and (4) 12-Bit channels accessed via I2C. It also has a self-healing poly fuse on the 5V line, filter capacitors, and a power LED. It DOES NOT have resistor dividers on any inputs and the MAX input voltage is 5V/6.14V.
12 total ADC input Channels:
NOTE: This board ships with all headers un-soldered. Some light soldering is required to connect the headers and connectors. You can optionally elect to have the board shipped to you complete assembled for a nominal fee by selecting the option on the right.
All SMD components are pre-assembled, including the EEPROM and related passive components if you select to add them, regardless of the options selected.
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