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Light sensor interfacing with microcontroller

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Hii guys,
I want to interface 8 light sensor to microcontroller.Which microcontroller in good one??Can I connect sensor output directly to analog pin of microcontroller??
 

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Hi,

Can I connect sensor output directly to analog pin of microcontroller??

It depends on the output signal of your sensor.

What sensor do you want to use?

Following some additional questions.The answers can help us to better assist you:

How often do you want to read the signal?
What signal range do you expect?
What signal friquecy do you expect?
What signal waveform do you expect?
Do you want/need the signals to be converted at exactely the sime time (parallel) you is MUXing OK?

CU
Klaus
 

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I am using G12183 series photodiode(range from 900nm to 2600nm).
 

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