Latest Version: 1.0.0
This library provides driver code for Microchip’s MCP3208 8-channel 12-bit analog-digital converter (ADC) with SPI Interface.
You can view the library’s source code on GitHub. Click here to see information on the available versions of this library.
To add this library to your project, add
#require "MCP3208.device.lib.nut:1.0.0" to the top of your device code
The constructor takes two required parameters: spiPin, the imp SPI bus that the chip is connected to, and vref, the voltage reference to the ADC. This voltage reference can be set by putting the desired voltage at the VREF pin of the device. The SPI module must be pre-configured before being passed to the constructor. The optional third argument, cs, is the chip select pin being used. If it is not passed to the constructor, it is assumed you are using an imp (eg. imp005) with a dedicated chip select pin for the SPI module you have passed.
// Code for imp005 spiBus <- hardware.spi0; spiBus.configure(CLOCK_IDLE_LOW | MSB_FIRST | USE_CS_L, 50); adc <- MCP3208(spiBus, 3.3);
This method will return the voltage on the ADC channel you pass to the method, calculated using the VREF you supplied to the constructor. The channel should be an integer in the range 0-7 corresponding to the channel on the device you are taking measurements from. There are constants that you may use provided with this library, eg. MCP3208_CHANNEL_1.
reading <- adc.readADC(MCP3208_CHANNEL_1);
This method will return the voltage difference between the voltage at channel inPlus and channel inMinus. inMinus and inPlus must be a valid pair: channels 0 and 1, channels 2 and 3, channels 4 and 5, or channels 6 and 7.
difference <- adc.readDifferential(MCP3208_CHANNEL_0, MCP3208_CHANNEL_1);
The Electric Imp Dev Center documents the latest version of the library. For past versions, please see the Electric Imp public GitHub repos listed below.
The MCP3208 library is licensed under the MIT License