MikroElektronika Ozone 2 Click Development Board MIKROE-2767

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Ozone 2 click carries an MQ131 sensor for Ozone (O3). The sensor outputs an analog voltage, which is converted by the onboard MCP3551 22-bit ADC converter or it is sent to the microcontroller via AN pin on the mikroBUS™, depending on the position of ADC SEL. jumper. The click is designed to run on 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI interface or AN pin on the mikroBUS™ line.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Classification Development Board
Kit Name Ozone 2 Click
Processor Family Name MikroBUS
Processor Part Number MCP3551, MQ131
Processor Type Microcontroller
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