Using the ADS1115 ADC with a microbit

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Using the ADS1115 ADC with a microbit

Post by keble6 » Sun Dec 04, 2022 8:53 pm

I wrote up a blog on using the ADS1115 ADC module with a microbit. It includes an extension you can use with the MakeCode coding environment.
Kudos to Andrew of Hobby Components for his great support and patience!

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Re: Using the ADS1115 ADC with a microbit

Post by andrew » Mon Dec 05, 2022 3:31 pm

Thanks for the post and feedback! As it will help other users with miro:bits I've also added a link to it in the fist post of the ADS1115 product thread:

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