Repository: ESP32_ADC

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Patrick Biegel
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The ESP32_ADC function (Arduino IDE sketch) will try to adjust the input values from the ADCs (Analog to Digital Converters) of an ESP32 to make them more linear and therefore get more exact measurement values to work with. This function uses a polynomial regression formula to get the most accurate values. If the function 'analogReadAdjusted()' is called, a number of measurements will be taken to return the average value and get a more stable result. In the function can be defined how many measurements should be made and the waiting time between them.
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