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HumbertoGarza

Member Since: February 24, 2015

Country: Mexico

  • According to the datasheet you can can get measurements from -6.144V to +6.144V but you should use tops 3.3V You can see how to here

  • According to the datasheet you can can get measurements from -6.144V to +6.144V You can see how to here

  • You can now read the ADC Using the MCU Quark! Go to This Github!!!

  • Yes you can change the configuration in the runtime. here in my githubyou can find an example about how to achieve so, you just declare a couple of objects and when you read from each object it will read it with the specified configuration for each. If you have any doubts you can ask me.

    Regards

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    Hello, take a look at the library I wrote; it is designed to work with the Intel Edison Board in Linux, but you can take a look at the functions to get an Idea how to communicate! Regards c: https://github.com/humberto-garza/LinkspriteEdisonIRCamera

  • Hello everyone; if you have an Edison and have no idea how to get this to work, I am writing a library to get to use this camera. Here is My Github

    Edison Tutorial - LinkSprite JPEG Color Camera TTL Interface

    For now is only in C, but I will write the Arduino Library as well and maybe Python if you need so.

    Regards

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  • You can do so without the Arduino Board! If you need to use the ADC with the Mini-breakout board you will need to cut off the J1 and J2 jumpers and solder the J1pins together. You need to know the output voltage range of your sensor and make sure it fits one of the programmable Voltage of reference of the Block. You could just connect the ground and the SIG to AIN0 and see it working. I made a library for C++ and since you asked I programmed it for Python and Arduino as well, just go to my github and go through the readme, you can ask me anything if you want! or even suggest stuff! GitHub Python and C++ Library

  • Hey Everyone! Here is a link to the c++, Python and Arduino library I made for this ADC, let me know if it was helpful or if you need more help, just follow the Readme! GitHub Library

    Also the document will be soon in the Intel Community Platform, hope it's helpful! Intel Community

  • Sure it Works With THe MRAA library, just use the library I made and It will work in Eclipse Too! Here is a link to the c++ library I made for this ADC, let me know if it was helpful or if you need more help, just follow the Readme! GitHub Library

    Also the document will be soon in the Intel Community Platform, hope it's helpful! Intel Community

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