Four-channel Streaming ADC ±10V Tibbit #43_1
Connector Tibbit #20
Power Tibbit #10 and #18
Potentiometer (10K) (variable resistor or rheostat)
Terminal connectors (9 pin/4 pin)
Router for Network LAN
TPP2-G2 TiOS firmware (4.00.01)
TDST (Tibbo Device Server Toolkit)
TIDE (Tibbo Integrated Development Environment)
I am using a potentiometer (variable resistor or rheostat) to test Tibbit # 43_1; as the concept is pretty simple to understand, you can use any analogue sensors like PT100/PT1000 (3 wire) instead of the potentiometer to know the sensor readings.
The concept of the potentiometer is the same as a voltage divider; using a potentiometer, I can change the resistor value which will change the electric potential (Voltage) going to Tibbit #43_1 that will be displayed by the debug logs in TIDE. You can cross-verify the same value on a multimeter at the same time.
For more details on the potentiometer concepts, you can visit the WIKI page.
CODY for Startup:
Generate the project using Cody by selecting the TPP2G2 board as your device and adding Tibbits #18, #10 for Power supply and Tibbits #43_1, #20 to collect the signal input from the potentiometer.
Change the "Mode" to "Data Mode", "Sampling Mode" to "Single-Ended", and "Channel" number for Tibbit #43_1 in CODY.
You can check more details on available modes, the sampling rate of Tibbit #43_1 on Tibbo's website here for better understanding.
In the "Features" tab, enable the Ethernet feature and fill in the respective IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway address of your LAN network.
Please do check the Image below for the connection layout between the TPP2G2 board and the Potentiometer.
Download the project file to your computer, and if you want to make any changes to the TIDE project file, you can change the IP address and change the available ADC channels.
Connect the TPP2G2 board to the power supply and LAN network and compile the application to check for any errors.
After compiling, select the target device (TPP2G2) and debug the signals on the available ADC channels.
The final results will appear like this.