The Protocentral tinyADC breakout board is a 12-bit, Delta-Sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC) breakout board that can be used to accurately measure and convert analog voltages to digital values. TLA2024 has 12-bit resolution and can operate at a sample rate of 3.3 kSPS (thousands of samples per second) through an I2C interface. The board can be configured to work as either four single-end input channels or two differential channels, depending on the application. It has Qwiic / STEMMA QT compatible connectors for easy interfacing with a microcontroller system. You can even daisy chain two of them to make 4×2 = 8 channels !
It also has a wide input range, with the ability to accept input voltages from 0V to 5V. The ADC includes an on-board voltage reference and input buffer, which helps to improve the accuracy and stability of the conversion process. Additionally, the TLA202x has a low-power consumption and can operate from a single supply voltage, making it well-suited for use in portable and battery-powered devices.
The Protocentral tinyADC breakout board is designed to be easy to integrate into your projects and can be used to interface with a wide range of analog sensors and devices.
- Texas Instruments TLA2024 12-Bit Delta-Sigma ADC
- Flexible inputs: 4 Single-Ended or 2 Differential Inputs
- Programmable Data Rate: Up to 3.3 kSPS
- Programmable Gain: ±256 mV to ±6.144 V
- Low Current: 150 µA
- Supply Range: 2 V to 5.5 V
- I/O voltage Range: 2V to 5.5V (no level translators required)
- Two I2C address selectable (3-way jumper provided)
- Qwiic (I2C/TWI) Compatible Interface
- Dimensions: 20×20 mm
- ProtoCentral tinyADC breakout board
- Set of stackable Arduino headers