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Weird thing, same result with 100-320ohm... But first, I want to know if your method will allow me to have the voltage divider and the lecture of one sensor. I've the doubt with voltage divider because I can't connect one pin to the gpio, so I don't know how to do it, can you help me about that?
Weird thing, same result with 100 and 320ohm... But can you tell me if the wiring to have the voltage divider and one sensor will be the same as you showed above? I'm little bit confused
I've a doubt, I've a voltage divider with 10k and 32k at 3.3v, it gives me 0.77v in the division and the ADC reads 221, at 1.0v it will read 295 approx. Why? It's not taking 1.0v as reference? I'm using Nodemcu v2
Thanks for your great explanation, I had readed about this, however, you pointed to something I was not considering; ADC only reads up to 1.0vKnowing this, the way to wiring this voltage divider and the other sensor will be same as you posted above?
Hey breagan, do you think is possible to measure the battery level and other sensor with your method? you can give me a clue on that?
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