Someone no doubt will find this incredibly useful for their AD7193-based project. Big thanks to Anne M. for sending this in! There’s a complete repo here on GitHub and further explanation of the code and tutorial here – complete with troubleshooting tips!
I just created an Arduino library and tutorial for the AD7193, which is a high-resolution ADC with built-in PGA. Very handy for measuring very small voltages – such as thermocouples, load cells, etc. I’ve also started with a K-Type thermocouple example, which includes linearization routine and cold-junction compensation.
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