You could use a microcontroller, and have the software convert all numbers greater than 360 to 360, or you could use an EEPROM which you can program to do the same thing.so if a bigger ADC is used how can for example 9 bit having 512 how it can be done to display values of 0 to 360
You could scale 0-255 to read 0-360, but some numbers would be missing.We do not have enough details to give an intelligent answer.
An 8 bit A to D converter has only 256 states - 0 to 255 - so a value of 360 cannot be output by the device. If, however, you are using the conversion as what amounts to a voltmeter, then an inexpensive digital panel meter will work.
Wouldn't that be 9 bits minimum? I don't think you can but a 9 bit A/D, so this is an academic question.That sounds like a good guess. Then the question is the resolution required. If he needs to indicated all 360 deg., then the A to D resolution will have to be at least 10 bits.
A couple of questions:Hey guys thks for the feedback till now and sorry for missing some infor ans for your infor yes its is for a compass my problem is to having a voltage and needs it to be converted to 360 degrees but is it possible to not use a pic because that what i wish to do having an adc to 3 7 segment display displaying 360 degrees as the highest value any ideas thks
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