read analog pin ()

read analog pin

Read analog pin () is a reporter block found in evive blocks, Arduino Uno blocks, Arduino Mega blocks, and Arduino Nano block. The block returns the value of analog pins available in the connected hardware. Analog reading is of 10 bit resolution, hence the range of value is 0 to 1023. This range is mapped to the voltage of the pin (normally 0 to 5V). If the value received is 512, the voltage value will be around 2.5V.

Available pins:

  1. evive: 10 analog pins available for the user, A0 to A5 & A12 to A15
  2. Arduino Uno: 6 analog pins available for the user, A0 to A5
  3. Arduino Mega: 6 analog pins available for the user, A0 to A5
  4. Arduino Nano: 8 analog pins available for the user, A0 to A7
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Note: This block is available in both Upload mode and Stage mode.

Example

  1. Displaying the analog value of potentiometer 1 in stage mode.
    potentiometer example
  2. Controlling servo motor connected to channel 1 of evive using the potentiometer 1.
    potentiometer example 2

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