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For Raspberry Pi without an analog-to-digital converter, or when you need a more accurate ADC. We provide 4-channel 16-bit ADC for Raspberry Pi (ADS1115), a 4-channel ADC based on Texas Instrument ADS1115, which is a high-precision, low-power, 16-bit ADC chip.
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This product is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 (1GB, 2GB,4GB) and hopes you enjoy hacking with Pi 4 and all of other Pi 4 accessories.
For Raspberry Pi without an analog-to-digital converter, or when you need a more accurate ADC.We provide 4-channel 16-bit ADC for Raspberry Pi (ADS1115), a 4-channel ADC based on Texas Instrument ADS1115, which is a high-precision, low-power, 16-bit ADC chip.We make this ADC into a compact Raspberry Pi Zero form factor and integrated an analog Grove connector so that you can also use analog Grove modules with it.
It's a great general purpose 16 bit ADC HAT.It can well support Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/4 and Arduino series, provides 4 Analog pins, and its sample rate is 8 SPS to 860 SPS(samples per second). It is an excellent analog to digital converter with programmable gain and high resoulution.
To help you get started provide a detailed guide on the Wiki page, as well as the ADS1115 Software Library, ADS1115 Datasheet and example code for this 4-channel 16-bit ADC for Raspberry Pi (ADS1115).With this ADC guide,Simply you can run the example code to start reading data.
Support Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/4
I2C-compatible serial interface
LOW current consumption:Continuous Mode: Only 150μASingle-Shot Mode: Auto Shut-Down
Internal low-drift voltage reference and oscillator
Input multiplexer (MUX) that provides two differential or four single-ended inputs.
Factory automation and process controls
4-Channel 16-Bit ADC for Raspberry Pi (ADS1115) Eagle Files
4-Channel 16-Bit ADC for Raspberry Pi (ADS1115) Software Library
This is the wiki page for this product, which will show you how to use the product, as well as details about the software and hardware.
Hi there~ The analog input range from GND to VDD, and the VDD for the chip range from 0 to 5.0V. Since it is a raspberry shield, and we use 3.3V as the VDD, so the input range is 0~ 3.3V. Regards