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     * Arduino Uno     * Arduino Uno
     * [[adi>en/design-center/evaluation-hardware-and-software/evaluation-boards-kits/EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT.html|EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT Arduino-compatible platform.]]     * [[adi>en/design-center/evaluation-hardware-and-software/evaluation-boards-kits/EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT.html|EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT Arduino-compatible platform.]]
-    * [[https://analog.com/cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ Water Quality Sensor Board loaded with firmware.]] (Up to 4)+    * [[adi>cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ Water Quality Sensor Board loaded with firmware.]] (Up to 4)
     * BNC connectorized probe. (Up to 4)     * BNC connectorized probe. (Up to 4)
     * Type B to Type A USB cable     * Type B to Type A USB cable
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 ===== Setting up the Hardware ===== ===== Setting up the Hardware =====
   - Before plugging all boards together, user should ensure the switch S2 is set to “I2C” on the EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT shield board.   - Before plugging all boards together, user should ensure the switch S2 is set to “I2C” on the EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT shield board.
-  - Connect up to 4 **EVAL-CN0428-EBZ** to the **EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT** and secure them with the included hardware as shown in the pictures. This mounting should include two bolts, two standoffs and two nuts for each of the [[https://analog.com/cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] board. Use of the hardware mount for the [[https://analog.com/cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] board is strongly recommended to ensure mechanical stability and to protect the Samtec connector on the bottom of the board.<WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0421.jpg |}}</WRAP><WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0415.jpg |}}</WRAP><WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0418.jpg |}}</WRAP>+  - Connect up to 4 **EVAL-CN0428-EBZ** to the **EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT** and secure them with the included hardware as shown in the pictures. This mounting should include two bolts, two standoffs and two nuts for each of the [[adi>cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] board. Use of the hardware mount for the [[adi>cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] board is strongly recommended to ensure mechanical stability and to protect the Samtec connector on the bottom of the board.<WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0421.jpg |}}</WRAP><WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0415.jpg |}}</WRAP><WRAP centeralign>{{ :resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0428:img_0418.jpg |}}</WRAP>
   - Connect the system to the Arduino connectors DIGITAL (PWM~), POWER, ANALOG IN and ICSP of the Arduino Uno board.   - Connect the system to the Arduino connectors DIGITAL (PWM~), POWER, ANALOG IN and ICSP of the Arduino Uno board.
     * Note, the boards should only plug together one way, preventing reverse connections.     * Note, the boards should only plug together one way, preventing reverse connections.
-  - Choose the desired measurement probes and connect them to the [[https://analog.com/cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] boards.+  - Choose the desired measurement probes and connect them to the [[adi>cn0428|EVAL-CN0428-EBZ]] boards.
   - Plug in the Type B USB cable into the USB port on the Arduino Uno, and the other end into the PC or laptop.   - Plug in the Type B USB cable into the USB port on the Arduino Uno, and the other end into the PC or laptop.
  
resources/eval/user-guides/arduino-uno/reference_designs/demo_cn0428.txt · Last modified: 27 Jan 2021 22:32 by Robin Getz