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Lesson 109: Generate DC Voltage using MCP4725 DAC with LCD and PWM to Voltage Converter with Arduino (5 projects)

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Part 14: Voltage and Current

In this lesson we learn how to use MCP4725 12 bits Digital To Analog Converter (DAC). The chip and module is explained, datasheet viewed and then using 5 Projects this MCP4725 practically shown. Full wiring diagram and wring shown and how to use the code and library explained.

In Project 1 in lesson 109 Using MCP4725 12bits DAC with Ardunino

Projects

Timing of chapters in the video

00:00 Introduction
1:19 MCP4725 Explained
4:46 Datasheet viewed
7:07 Project 1: Outputting DC Voltage
09:55 Code and library
13:00 Project 1: demonstration
17:34 Triangular wave
18:54 Sine wave
20:18 Project 2: Control voltage from Serial Monitor
22:21 Project 2: Demonstration
24:53 Project 3: Converting PWM to Voltage
27:33 Code Explained
29:25 Wiring explained
30:29 Project 3: Demonstration
33:25 Project 4: Using two MCP4725 modules
36:27 Project 4: Demonstration
37:30 Project 5: Setting output with push buttons on LCD
39:57 Code explained
45:53 Project 5: Demonstration

  /* 
 * Lesson 109-1: Generates output DC Voltage from 0 to 5.5V or lower. if power supply
 *  is 3.3V, then max voltage is 3.3V.
 * you can use it simply to enter your request as millivolt like 365mV
 * or 2.872V
 * 
 * * Watch Video instrution for this code:https://youtu.be/j_BwZT9z-0g
  
Projects in this video: https://youtu.be/j_BwZT9z-0g
Project 1 (this project):Output 0 to 5V or 0 to 3V depending on which kind of power sources you use for the module. The output shown on digital multimeter. 
Project 2: Serial command to set voltage
Project 3: PWM duty cycle to Voltage converter
Project 4: Using two MCP4725 DAC modules
Project 5: Using Push button to set voltage on LCD

 * Written by Ahmad Shamshiri using Adafruit library for MCP4725
 Sep 26, 2022
 www.Robojax.com
 
  
   * 
   * This code is part of Arduino Step by Step Course which starts here:  https://youtu.be/-6qSrDUA5a8
   * 
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   *  * This code is "AS IS" without warranty or liability. Free to be used as long as you keep this note intact.* 
   * This code has been download from Robojax.com
      This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
      it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
      the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
      (at your option) any later version.
  
      This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
      but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
      MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
      GNU General Public License for more details.
  
      You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
      along with this program.  If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
 

    Based on  the Adafruit MCP4725 Library
    ----> http://www.adafruit.com/products/935

    Adafruit invests time and resources providing this open source code,
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*/

#include <Wire.h>
#include <Adafruit_MCP4725.h>
int refV = 4530;//reference voltage. see video for details

Adafruit_MCP4725 dac;
int mV;
float V;

void setup(void) {
  Serial.begin(9600);
  Serial.println("MCP4725 by Robojax");
  
  //run i2C scanner to find out the I2C address and enter it below
  //see video for details https://youtu.be/j_BwZT9z-0g
  //get more code from www.Robojax.com   
  dac.begin(0x60);

  Serial.println("Output Voltage");
}

void loop(void) {

//    setmV(465);//set output to 465mV
//    Serial.print(mV);
//    Serial.println("mV");
//    delay(5000);
//    
//    setV(2.635);//set output to 2.6V
//    Serial.print(V, 3);
//    Serial.println("V");
//    delay(5000);
//    Serial.println();

    for(int i=0; i<refV; i +=100)
    {
      setmV(i);
      Serial.println(i);
      
    }
  //see video for details https://youtu.be/j_BwZT9z-0g
  //get more code from www.Robojax.com 
}

/*
 * setmV()
 * sets mV value such as 35mV or 2654mV (2.654V)
 * Written Sep 25, 2022
 * by Ahmad Shamshiri www.Robojax.com
 */
void setmV(int d)
{
  
    mV =d;
    dac.setVoltage(map(d, 0, refV, 0, 4095), false);

}


/*
 * setV()
 * sets Voltage value value in volts such as 3.764
 * Written Sep 25, 2022
 * by Ahmad Shamshiri www.Robojax.com
 */
void setV(float d)
{
    V = d;
    dac.setVoltage( map((d *1000), 0, refV, 0, 4095), false);

}  

   

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