Precision Voltage Reference - Arduino ADC External Aref Input

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0:00 Intro
0:15 Schematic Overview and Project Scope
2:36 Ordering PCBs and Solder Paste Stencil from PCBWay
3:50 Hot Plate Reflow Soldering
5:11 Multimeter test measuring resistors and capacitors
5:50 Test boost converter output
6:00 Calculate Precision Voltage Reference Current Limit Resistor
8:06 Calculate Adjustable Output Voltage Reference Resistors
9:10 Why to use External Vref on an ADC
11:50 Arduino Uno ADC Example with default 5V vs External 2.5V Reference Voltage

This PCB uses LM4040 and LM4041 Precision Voltage References (fixed and adjustable) in a dev board configuration so resistors can be swapped for experimentation.

A 2.5v reference is used in an experiment to show how more resolution can be achieved on the Uno 10 bit ADC compared to using the default 5 volt reference.

For convenience, the PCB also has an on board boost regulator if needed for experimenting when only lower voltage power sources are available, and there are some high precision resistors and capacitors to provide a set of reference components for checking multimeters.

Sketch & Schematic:

Equipment used in this project (support the channel by shopping through these affiliate links!):
946C Solder Hot Plate 200mm x 200mm
ANENG AN8008 True RMS Multimeter
Minleaf NPS3010W Power Supply
FY6900 Dual Channel 60MHZ Signal Generator
Siglent SDS1104X-E 100Mhz Digital Oscilloscope 4 Channels Standard decoder
Dual Channel Digital Thermometer with Two K- Type Thermocouples LCD Backlight

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Reference Material:
LM4041 Datasheet and App Note
Online Scientific Calculator
Online Equation Editor
Freescale ADC Accuracy App note
Function Graphing

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