Analog to digital converter The USBADC10 analog-to-digital converter has a frequency of up to 4000 samples per second simultaneously on all channels. The device is equipped with software for obtaining measurements. The software is supported by Windows and Linux. All the necessary software can be found in the public domain.
Archive with all software and documentation for this product
Driver for Windows (Linux does not need a driver).
Firmware updates are performed using EPCBootGUI cross-platform SOFTWARE (download link on this page).
Custom software for obtaining voltage and time dependencies using USBADC10 multi-channel ADCs. For the software to work, you will need a driver. You can download it on this page along with the program.
Cross-platform software with a graphical interface for debugging USBADC10. This SOFTWARE allows you to manually call management commands. Formation and analysis of fields of complex commands is done automatically. The SOFTWARE is distributed as binary files and as source code. To run on Windows requires a driver.
Cross-platform software for firmware updates in USB ADC 10 devices.
Documentation for the usbadc10 library that can be used to interact with the device. The library itself can be downloaded on this page.
Cross-platform library for working with multi-channel usbadc10. The library is written in C, distributed as binary files (win64 and debian) and as source code. Library documentation can be downloaded separately on this page.
A set of code examples in C and Python that implement simple reads of digitized data from a USBADC10 device. You can also find bindings for Python and C# in this archive.