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  Baildon Electronics AnDi Oddule

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The AnDi Oddule provides 8bits of digital I/O (which can be individually configured as TTL/CMOS compatible inputs or outputs to drive logic directly), four channels of 8bit A/D, and one channel of 8bit D/A conversion. The Oddule is driven from the I2C bus with update and sample times for both analogue and digital sections with a maximum of 10,000 samples per second.

The I2C Enhanced Module is available HERE .