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ok, great. Thanks a lot!
sorry I'm pretty new to this. Where would the voltage divider be placed? On the probe end to split the voltage in half? (This way 14v would read as a fraction of itself). Would this have to be programmed into the arduino to display the voltage it receives X formula = actual voltage?And what does it mean to buffer the input?Sorry for all the questions, thanks again
What is the voltage range this project can read? Can it read negative as well?
Hey did you get around to working on the 10+ V oscilloscope? I would love to see this as it would have a lot of application for automotive use which sometimes utilizes up to 14V.
Do you know of a good write up somewhere to make a better bench supply? Capable of some amperageAnd if there is another write up of a cleaner supply, could I still implement the monitoring portion of this project to display the amperage/voltage?
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