Tutorial – Arduino and the TI ADS1110 16-bit ADC


John Boxall over at Tronixstuff has a series of Arduino tutorials.  This chapter fifty-three of a series will show you how to use the TI ADS1110 16-bit ADC with Arduino:

Moving on from the last chapter where we explained an 8-bit ADC, in this instalment we have the Texas Instruments ADS1110 – an incredibly tiny but useful 16-bit analogue-to-digital converter IC.  It can operate between 2.7 and 5.5 V so it’s also fine for Arduino Due and other lower-voltage development boards. This is a quick guide to get you going with the ADS1110 ready for further applications.

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  1. I was reading Arduino, I2C tutorial Part-II. The first on ( Part -I) was fantastic, but the other did NOT impress me much. Why don’t you give an example with ADS1110 and using one of the PICs like 16F873. This would explain to some one very nicely. Your explanations excellent.

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