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4-20 mA T click Arduino UNO click SHIELD Example

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Author: John Cabrer

Last Updated: 2015-01-29

Category: Communication

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So you bought that Arduino UNO click Shield, and now you're stuck trying to figure out how to make the click boards work. There are no libraries or code examples to help you out. Until now.

This example covers the 4-20 mA T click.

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