Edward Mallon writes, “The 16-bit ADS1115 has a programmable amplifier at the front end, where the highest gain setting providing a range of +/- 0.256 v and a resolution of about 8 micro volts. But readers of this blog know you can already approach 14-16 bit sensitivity levels with Arduino’s ADC by oversampling with lower Arefs & scaled ranges. PA1EJO demonstrated a ADS1115 / thermistor combination which resolved 5 milli Kelvin, but we reach that resolution on our NTC’s using the ICU peripheral with no ADC at all. The beauty of time-based methods is that they scale gracefully with sensors that change over a huge range of values. So why am I noodling around with this ADC module?”
See the full post at thecavepearlproject.org.