Multisensor Board Arduino! (Part2)




About: My experience in the field of electronics led me to discover the existence of open hardware and software, in all the years that followed that discovery I just started to develop my own technologies and advis...

Sometimes we need extra precision on our projects, here we need to understand the resolution of an adc

The regular arduino have 10 Bit resolution,

if most sensors are 0 to 5 Vdc and the biggest number we can take is 0 to 1023 that means that we have 4m Volts/bit

But using the arduino i2c port we can use the ADS1115 an extra hardware board capable of going 0 to 65535

ADS1115 the scaling factor would be 188uV/bit. (its configurable).

Saving some memory we implement the ASCII Library for the OLED!

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Step 1: Bill of Materials

1 Arduino Nano

1 ADS1115

1 OLED 0,96 128x64 Display

Set Of Jumper Cables

2 2.2k Ohm Resistor

1 Protoboatd power regulator

1 100K Ohm Trimpot

Step 2: Mouting

The video is self explanatory, But here are come tips:

Try to Energize the OLED from other powrer source, other than the arduino

The I2C is a parallel protocol, but you cant have two devices with the same adress

Connect the arduino GND with the Proto board GND

The ADS1115 Adress is given by the ADRESS pin conection, Notice the picture.

Step 3: Programming

There are 3 phases to fully test our project

1 Show a large number on Screen (Signal 0)

2 Show the number Serial, GRaph the number (Signal 0)

3 Show the four signals and being able to Graph them.

The library and program are attached

Step 4: Video Test

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    Question 6 months ago

    Hi! good project. Have you a same solution usable for nodemcu esp8266? thanks a lot.