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input sensor to atmega 16

Discussion in 'AVR' started by benny17, May 11, 2013.

  1. benny17

    benny17 New Member

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    where i can input sensor to atmega 16 and what other component to support the input sensor?
    sorry bad english :D
     
  2. Mystogan

    Mystogan New Member

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    First, specify clearly which input sensor your are trying to use.
    Also tell exactly what you are trying to do.Also the microcontroller name?
    Then I could help in a more better way .
     
  3. wkrug

    wkrug Active Member

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    The Inductive Sensor is an PNP Type. That means the positive Voltage will be Switched to the Output when something Iron is in Sensor Range.
    10...30V is to much for an normal Microcontroller Input.
    You can insert a Voltage Divider consisting of Resistors.
    But I'll suggest You to use an Optocoupler to get a galvanic Isolation from Sensor Circuit to the Microcontroller Input.

    What's about the Link to the MT-201 Engeneering Sheet - I don't understand what you wanna do with.
    An ATMEGA 16 is'nt an FPGA ?!

    Give us more Information, and don't make a quiz.
     

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