MCP3208 I2C ADC Interfacing with Arduino

The MCP3208 12-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) combines high performance and low power consumption in a small package, making it ideal for embedded control applications. IC features a successive approximation register (SAR) architecture and an industry-standard SPI™ serial interface, allowing 12-bit ADC capability to be added to any PICmicro® microcontroller.  IC Features 100k samples/second, 8 input channels, low power consumption (5nA typical standby, 400 µA max.active), and is available in 16-pin PDIP and SOIC packages. Applications for the IC include data acquisition, instrumentation and measurement, multi-channel data loggers, industrial PCs, motor control, robotics, industrial automation, smart sensors, portable instrumentation and home medical appliances.

Source : Microchip(bit.ly/2dmncHs)


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Links:
Arduino Schematic : goo.gl/YwFy9z
SPI Data packets: goo.gl/r8izQz
Sketch: goo.gl/AyK9ey

Datasheet: goo.gl/EnMNbI
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A techie, tinkerer and tech lover, who loves to blog and feels everyone can learn tech provided they have the right attitude towards learning and passion. By profession, I am an IOT developer working in Smart Home/ Smart Grid domain.

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