Enjoy this video prototype testing. It shows the Digital Potentiometer Lab Arduino Shield prototype demonstration.
The device shown in the video is the number zero prototype while a full description on how it works, features, schematics and circuits are on the article I have published on Electro Schematicshttp://www.electroschematics.com/11453/digital-potentiometer-arduino-shield/. This shield is based on AD5206 digital potentiometer.
A note on the content
The first part of the video shows how the shield works: it has been developed around the AD5206 device from Analog Devices but there are also 6 analog triggers (that can be excluded if needed) to test the digital potentiometer features and for testing purposes.
The second part of the video just show a very simple application: a second Arduino receives an analog input to control the PWM movement of a micro servo. See it in action. The PCB of this shield (or the fully assembled version) can be found on Tindiehttps://www.tindie.com/products/alicemirror/digital-potentiometer-arduino-shield/ at production cost.
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