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ADC (Analog Digital Converter) is a device that reads analog signals (just like the analogRead () function in Arduino IDE) and converts them into digital signals that can be read by a microcontroller. This breakout is based on the ADS1015 ADC, which reads values in 12-bit resolution, receives a maximum of 3.3V on its inputs and has a total of 4 channels (which can also be used as two differential). Works great with any microcontroller at 5V. It has 2 easyC connectors for easier connection on I2C communication.