import machine adc = machine.ADC() # create an ADC object apin = adc.channel(pin='P16') # create an analog pin on P16 val = apin() # read an analog value
Create an ADC object; associate a channel with a pin. For more info check the hardware section.
Enable the ADC block. This method is automatically called on object creation.
Bitscan take values between 9 and 12 and selects the number of bits of resolution of the ADC block.
Disable the ADC block.
Create an analog pin.
pinis a keyword-only string argument. Valid pins are
attnis the attenuation level. The supported values are:
ADC.ATTN_0DB ADC.ATTN_2_5DB ADC.ATTN_6DB ADC.ATTN_11DB
Returns an instance of ADCChannel. Example:
# enable an ADC channel on P16 apin = adc.channel(pin='P16')
If called without any arguments, this function returns the current calibrated voltage (in millivolts) of the
1.1v reference. Otherwise it will update the calibrated value (in millivolts) of the internal
Connects the internal
1.1v to external
GPIO. It can only be connected to
P6. It is recommended to only use
P6 on the WiPy, on other modules this pin is connected to the radio.
ADC channel attenuation values
Read analog values from internal/external sources. ADC channels can be connected to internal points of the
MCU or to
GPIO pins. ADC channels are created using the
Fast method to read the channel value.
Read the channel value.
(Re)init and enable the ADC channel. This method is automatically called on object creation.
Disable the ADC channel.
Reads the channels value and converts it into a voltage (in millivolts)
Converts the provided value into a voltage (in millivolts) in the same way voltage does.
ADC pin input range is
0-1.1V. This maximum value can be increased up to
3.3V using the highest attenuation of
11dB. Do not exceed the maximum of 3.3V, to avoid damaging the device.