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"ADC Pi" vs. "ADC Pi Plus"

The ADC Pi is an Analogue to Digital converter for the Raspberry Pi

17/03/2017

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oriolsierra

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I have an "ADC Pi" (8 channel v 2.2) purchased a couple of years ago. I am looking for a technical datasheet and support page in order to use it with my Raspberry Pi (Model B).

I don't understand what are the differences between models "ADC Pi" and "ADC Pi plus". Can I consider the documents available on the website for "ADC Pi Plus" as good for "ADC Pi"??

I am not very familiar with ADCs, and I am starting my learning curve. Any help/direction would be appreciated. I am intending to use an analogue temperature sensor with my Raspberry Pi and integrate it through my "ADC Pi" card.

17/03/2017

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oriolsierra

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Montréal, QC, Canada

Well... I finally found the page for "Legacy products" on the website... I will start from here.

:)

ADC Pi legacy page

17/03/2017

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andrew

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The ADC Pi and ADC Pi plus both share the same electrical schematic. The only difference is the ADC Pi Plus was designed to fit on the newer Hat-style mechanical layout with four mounting posts whereas the older ADC Pi was designed to fit on the original 26-pin GPIO header with a single mounting post.

We have several articles for the ADC Pi in our knowledge base including one on using a TMP36 analogue temperature sensor which you may find useful.

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