6 Ch. 12 Bits Raspberry Pi ADC HAT
Measure AC and DC voltages
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LET’S FLY WITH Wi-Fi!
With its ESP32 -C3, the RPI ADC Hat can communicate wirelessly with the Raspberry Pi or any other Wi-Fi enabled device. Remote measurements are now possible. Using a UDP channel, the Raspberry Pi can communicate with multiple RPI-ADC Hats. Just think what you can do with a distributed Data Acquisition System, the Pi on your desk, one RPI ADC Hat in the basement, the other in your shed. The basic driver runs NODE-RED on the Raspberry Pi and used JSON formatted strings to communicate information over the wireless network.
Input Pad Configuration
Each ADC has a set of configuration pads that be used to attenuate the input signal and even offset it to +1.25 Volts, making it possible to read ±12V or 0-24V signals. On channel 0, in the picture, JP 7 is used to enable or disable bipolar measurements, while JP1 and JP4 are used to set the division ratio. Measurements of 0-750mV, 1050mV, 1300mV or 250mV are possible with the built-in attenuation while bypassing the resistor divider.
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