EVAL-CN0326-PMDZ PH meter I want to use with arduino I guess I have to use platform independent drivers.
Has someone used it before at analog devices?
if yes can the sample code be shared to sandeeptaraATGMAILDOTCOM?
There is no Arduino code written for the EVAL-CN0326-PMDZ. You can use independent drivers for the CN0326 and for the AD7793 in your project, but you will have to write all the code and functions related to the Arduino IDE.
EVAL-ADICUP360/projects/ADuCM360_demo_cn0326 at master · analogdevicesinc/EVAL-ADICUP360 · GitHub
Can I make changes to the circuit for using at my work? (of course at my
own responsibility) does ADI prohibits it ?
On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 10:31 AM, Brandon <
You are welcome to make changes to the software and to the hardware, but as you said it is at your own risk/responsibility.
If the driver is platform independent (for C/C++) it can be used as it is in Arduino IDE. I guess your link is to the drivers those are platform independent ?
The drivers for the "AD7793.c/.h" and the "CN0326.c/.h" are platform independent. But they sit on a layer called "communication.c/.h" and that is the layer that sits on the ADuCM360 device in the example code I pointed to you earlier. So that is going to have to be the file you will need to replace/tweak if you want to connect to an Arduino or other platform.
communication.c/.h" - any example how to tweek it?
On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 11:30 AM, Brandon <
This is the work you are going to have to do in porting it over to Arduino. You could order the EVAL-ADICUP360 (EVAL-ADICUP360 Evaluation Board | Analog Devices ) and the project that I sent you will work without any software changes.
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