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LINEAR TECHNOLOGY  DC2026A  EVAL BRD, LINDUINO ONE, ARDUINO COMPATIBLE

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  • Application Sub Type: ADC, DAC
  • Core Architecture: AVR
  • Core Sub-Architecture: megaAVR
  • Features: Arduino compatible, 14-pin QuikEval connector, LTM2884 Isolation, LT3973 powered
  • Kit Application Type: Data Converter
  • Kit Contents: Linduino One board
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Jun-2014)
  • Silicon Core Number: ATmega328
  • Silicon Family Name: ATmega
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Atmel

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  • Weight (kg): 676
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What software do I use to program the (part number DC2026A)
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The DC2026A is compatible with the Arduino IDE software. Please see Linear Technology’s Quick start guide and their demo manual for information on how to set up the software and board.
Link: http://www.linear.com/solutions/Lin... (click on the “quick start tab”)
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Are the design files and schematic available for the evaluation board (part number DC2026A)
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Please refer below links -
i. Design files: http://www.linear.com/docs/43995
ii. Schematic: http://www.linear.com/docs/43994
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