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USB-I2C-DAC

From Fred Parrett - USB-12 bit DAC project

Project Description:

Using Visual Basic or C# for PC control of USB I2C adaptor connected to 12 bit DAC breakout board.

Stage 1 of project - send increasing 12 bit value (0 to 4095 - equiv to 0-5v) to DAC breakout board every second until stopped by mechanical switch connected to the I2C Adpator. Hold at voltage when stopped.

Components - these would be supplied by post free of charge

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USB-ISS adaptor (from [url removed, login to view])

- this enables I2C control via SDA/ SCL and also has 2 digital I/O ports.

MCP4725- 12 bit I2C DAC breakout board (from [url removed, login to view])

- or UK distributor

Simple tactile momentary on switch

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Programming to be done in Visual Basic Express 2010 - or Visual C# express 2010.

Form Design:

Buttons/ commands:

1. Drop down box to Select COM port (show in label box)

2. Start Voltage increase ( show 12 bit number & voltage output in lable boxes)

3. Stop and hold Voltage (note: voltage can also be stopped by external mechanical switch)

4. Exit

Note: there are a number of example C# programs on the robot-electronics web site, but not much of help on the sparkfun web site.

Skills: C Programming, Electronics, Visual Basic

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Project ID: #2580919

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£50 GBP in 14 days
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