(edit sidebar)
Intro to Physical Computing Syllabus

Research & Learning

Other Class pages

Shop Admin

ITP Help Pages
Tom's pcomp site
DanO's pcomp site


5206

Tutorials.5206 History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to output

Added lines 1-2:
The 5206 digital potentiometer is a great chip that features in 6 independantly controlled outputs.  This makes the 5206 good for audio,  lighting applications, and any scenario where you will want to control multiple analog outputs.
Changed lines 8-9 from:

to:
*arduino code sample ([[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/SPIDigitalPot|link]])

Changed lines 4-5 from:
*5206 digital potentiometer(Available here)
*one Board
(Gerber file) - Eagle files can be found here(LINK)
to:
*5206 digital potentiometer ([[http://www.analog.com/en/prod/0%2C2877%2CAD5206%2C00.html| available here]])
*one Board
([[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/images/tutorials/components/5206eaglefiles.zip| eagle files]])
Changed lines 10-13 from:



to:
http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/images/tutorials/components/5206.jpg

Changed lines 33-40 from:







to:
http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/images/tutorials/components/5206s.jpg
http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/images/tutorials/components/5206b.jpg







Changed lines 19-32 from:
CS - chip select input
\\SDI - serial data input
CLK - serial clock input
VSS - ground
LOAD - power for the potentiometers
GND - ground
VDD - +5
W1 - wiper one, output
W2 - wiper two, output
W3 - wiper three, output
W4 - wiper four, output
W5 - wiper five, output
W6 - wiper six, output
to:
*CS - chip select input
*SDI - serial data input
*CLK - serial clock input
*VSS - ground
*LOAD - power for the potentiometers
*GND - ground
*VDD - +5
*W1 - wiper one, output
*W2 - wiper two, output
*W3 - wiper three, output
*W4 - wiper four, output
*W5 - wiper five, output
*W6 - wiper six, output
Changed line 20 from:
SDI - serial data input
to:
\\SDI - serial data input
Added lines 1-41:
 
Here are the parts you will need:

*5206 digital potentiometer(Available here)
*one Board (Gerber file) - Eagle files can be found here(LINK)
*one 24 pin socket
*one polarized 1uf capacitor






The AD5206 digital potentiometer simulates six 10k ohm variable resistors. the AD5206 has six outputs (wipers), each capable of 255 positions. They are labeled as such: W1,W2,W3,W4, W5 and W6.

The outputs are controlled through three wires from your microprocessor. They are a CS pin (chip select), SDI pin (serial data in ), and a CLK pin (clock pin).

Pin description:
CS - chip select input
SDI - serial data input
CLK - serial clock input
VSS - ground
LOAD - power for the potentiometers
GND - ground
VDD - +5
W1 - wiper one, output
W2 - wiper two, output
W3 - wiper three, output
W4 - wiper four, output
W5 - wiper five, output
W6 - wiper six, output

 







  Edit | View | History | Print | Recent Changes | Search Page last modified on February 16, 2007, at 01:09 AM