on video Raspberry pi projects Analog Input - 3 Way switch | ADS1115 + ACS712 | Tutorial # 29

 Raspberry pi projects

Add analog inputs to pi 3.

In this tutorial, you will learn, how to create a 3-way switch with Pi 3 with analog input.
We will be using the ADC (ADS1115) converter and current sensor (Current Sensor ACS712) to detect the device state.

Learn how to use ADC on a Raspberry Pi with Python featuring Microchip MCP3002 connected over SPI.

Step by step tutorial for adding analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to a Raspberry Pi single board computer using Microchip MCP3002. The video includes wiring and a Python script available in GitHub for reading data from a 10K potentiometer using the ADC MCP3002.

For schematics and details about the wiring of Microchip MCP3002 and the 10K potentiometer to a Raspberry

Microchip MCP3002 is a 10-bit resolution, dual channel ADC with SPI hardware bus. It can be connected to any Raspberry Pi single board computer version and model, including Raspberry Pi 4 and Raspberry Pi 0. However, this tutorial is not for Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller.

0:00 Intro
1:04 ADC
1:36 ADC Tech Specs
2:36 Microchip MCP3002
3:43 Step 1: Wiring
5:29 Step 2: Enable SPI
5:54 Step 3: Python Script
6:46 MCP3002 Demo
7:49 PCB
9:07 PCB Demo
9:54 Conclusions

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