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ADAC Click Board

The AC Click Board an 8-channel 12-bit ADC, DAC and GPIO.

The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. ADAC click communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the RST pin on the MikroBUS line.

MIKROE-2690

£31.20

ADC 4 Click Board

The ADC 4 Click Board is an advanced analogue to digital multi-channel converter, which can sample inputs from 16 single-ended channels or 8 differential input channel pairs. This device has a quite high sampling resolution of 24 bits and the output data rates can range from 5 SPS to 250 kSPS. Besides the internal 2.5V reference voltage source, ADC 4 click is also equipped with an external reference voltage circuit, which provides 4.096V. Finally, a custom reference voltage - up to 5V can be connected to the multiplexed inputs of the ADC converter. These options give a lot of flexibility in choosing the right reference voltage for any application.

MIKROE-2879

£78.00

ADC 5 Click Board

The ADC 5 Click Board is a device used to sample an analog voltage on the input and convert it to a digital information. In general, ADC (analog to digital converters) are the most commonly used devices for converting the voltage signals into an information, which can be then processed in the digital domain. There are many types of ADC converters commercially available. They can vary in bit depth, sample rate, used approximation algorithm (SAR, delta-sigma...) and so on. Those attributes affect how accurately the sampled voltage will be translated into the digital world.

MIKROE-2846

£21.60

ADC 6 Click Board

The ADC 6 Click Board is an advanced 24bit multichannel analog to digital converter (ADC), with 8 fully differential or 15 single ended/pseudo differential sampling inputs, and very flexible routing capabilities. The click board has two 2x10 pin headers, used both to configure the device and connect the input channels. This allows for unrestrained configuration of the device, so it can use both bipolar and unipolar input sources, with selectable reference voltages, external clock, auxiliary power switch, and more.

MIKROE-2932

£34.80

ADC 7 Click Board

ADC 7 Click is an advanced 32-bit analog to digital converter (ADC) which uses the LTC2500-32, a 32-bit oversampling SAR ADC with a configurable digital filter. The filter provides several presets (selectable via the hardware pin), as well as programming of the filtering parameters, via the industry-standard SPI interface. The LTC2500-32 has some very good specifications: a very low noise on the output, a high dynamic range of 148dB at 61 SPS (samples per second), 32-bit output with no missing codes, and more. An integrated filter allows relaxed anti-aliasing filter requirements for the analog input signal, which simplifies the design.

MIKROE-3115

£118.80

ADC 8 Click Board

ADC 8 Click is a high precision, low-power, 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), based around the ADS1115 IC. It is capable of sampling signals on four single-ended or two differential input channels. Although the ADS1115 cannot use an external reference, it incorporates a low-drift programmable voltage reference, along with the programmable gain amplifier (PGA). This allows for great flexibility in terms of the input signal level: it can sample signals from ±256 mV, up to 6.144 V, allowing a very high precision for a wide range of input signals, making it an excellent choice for various instrumentation applications.

ADC 8 Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.

MIKROE-3394

£25.20

ADC Click Board

The ADC Click Board carries the MCP3204 12-bit Analog-to-Digital converter. The click is designed to run on 3.3V by default. Place PWR SEL SMD jumper to 5V position if used with 5V systems. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI interface.

MIKROE-922

£28.80

ADC2 Click Board

If your design requires higher accuracy measurement than what a 12-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) could provide, then considering ADC 2 click would prove to be an ideal choice. ADC 2 click incorporates the MCP3551 IC.

MIKROE-1893

£28.80

ADC3 Click Board

ADC3 click carries Microchip’s MCP3428 16-bit multichannel analog-to-digital converter. The click has four pairs of screw terminals onboard, letting you access the chip’s four differential input channels

MIKROE-1894

£26.40

DAC 3 Click Board

The DAC3 Click Board carries Microchip??s MCP4726 IC, a 12-bit digital-to-analog converter, along with voltage output screw terminals. The digital value is converted to the appropriate voltage level in the range between GND and REFERENCE.


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MIKROE-2038

£21.60

DAC Click Board

The MikroE DAC Click Board is an easy and compact accessory board featuring MCP4921, a 12-bit single-channel digital-to-analog converter. Designed to ensure high accuracy and low noise performance, the MCP4921 module is a suitable choice for industrial applications where calibration or compensation of signals, such as temperature, pressure, and humidity. It operates an optional 2x buffered output. DAC Click communicates with the target board microcontroller using the SPI interface. The board contains two analog output screw terminals: Vout and GND. These data are converted to the appropriate voltage level in the range between GND and REFERENCE (VCC or 4.096V), which is proportional to the received 12-bit number. The board is designed to operate a 3.3V power supply by default. The user can solder the PWR SEL zero-ohm SMD jumper to the 5V position when using with 5V systems.

With these features, DAC click is an ideal choice for applications like set point or offset trimming, precision selectable voltage reference, motor control feedback loop, digitally-controlled multiplier/divider, calibration of optical communication devices, and many more.

MIKROE-950

£21.60

DAC2 Click Board

The DAC 2 Click Board is based on the LTC2601CDD, a 16-bit digital-to-analog converter, along with voltage output screw terminals. The chip has high rail-to-rail output drives (?15mA, Min) and double-buffered data latches.

MIKROE-1918

£22.80