24 bit sigma delta ADC Shield for use with strain gages, rtd, and other ultra low voltage sensorsDesigned by Titan Lab in Canada
A arduino shield style board that turns your arduino or other compatible pinout into a high resolution analog to digital using ultra low noise precision programmable gain stage with a Sigma Delta A...Read More…
A arduino shield style board that turns your arduino or other compatible pinout into a high resolution analog to digital using ultra low noise precision programmable gain stage with a Sigma Delta ADC. It has 8 inputs that are switchable, 2 external references (selectable) with an internal reference and is compatible with full and half Wheatstone bridges without any additional components. The precision Reference of 2.048v will power most load cells, strain gages, or other Wheatstone bridge setups. The dual programmable current exciters are perfect for use with 2 / 3 / 4 wire RTD or other resistive sensors.
Most people who do any hobby work with load cells keep turning to the HX711. It's bad and they get frustrated. Some people look at the little little brother of this chip, the ADS1120 or ADS1220 but still struggle because they don't understand how to wire a strain gage or load cell to it, and then find themselves needing supporting electronics.
The feature set, tool free terminals (just strip, tin if you need, press the button and shove it in) and the built in precision voltage divider along with all the reference examples for both the Arduino (NRF5x series of chips in future) ensure you can get things up and running quickly. The video reference, github, and schematics help you ensure you know what you're doing.
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