ADC Armed For Arduino

Iowa Scaled Engineering’s analog-to-digital converter (ADC) board is an Arduino-compatible 24-bit ADC capable of converting 16 single-ended channels, eight differential channels, or any other combination.  The ADC can interface directly with a variety of sensors including strain gauges, thermocouples, and current shunts. 

The board also includes a precision reference and an onboard EEPROM that can store configuration and calibration information as well as uniquely identify the board with its EUI-48-compatible globally unique ID.  Conforming to the standard Arduino shield format, the board can be used with other Arduino shields to make a simple, yet accurate, data acquisition system. 

A software library is included that promises to make the shield easy to use within the Arduino environment. For more details, checkout the ADC page and visit Iowa Scaled Engineering.

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