By Eric Brown
In August, Measurement Computing Corp. (MCC) launched its MCC 118 voltage measurement DAQ HAT for the Raspberry Pi with eight ±10 V inputs and sample rates up to 100 kS/s. It has now released a promised MCC 152 voltage output and digital I/O HAT that can be stacked along with the MCC 118 and future MCC HATs in configurations of up to eight boards.
MCC 152 with Raspberry Pi (left) and stacked with other MCC 152 boards
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Screw terminal connections are available for all I/O, and power is provided via the Raspberry Pi’s 40-pin GPIO connector. The 65 mm × 56.5 mm × 12mm HAT supports 0 to 55°C temperatures.
HAT configuration parameters are stored in an on-board EEPROM so you can set up the GPIO pins via the Pi when the HAT is connected. When stacking boards, onboard jumpers identify each board in the stack.
MCC 152 block diagram
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The MCC 152 HAT is available for $99. More information may be found at the MCC 152 announcement and product page.
This article originally appeared on LinuxGizmos.com on January 10.
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