The MikroBuffer Board is an accessory board that lets the user buffer the analogue signals connected to prototype device inputs. This device amplifies an analogue voltage signal by using a unity gain operational amplifier. It comprises two MCP6284 operational amplifiers that are put together featuring 8 inputs. This additional board comes equipped with an IDC10 female header. Compatible with MikroElektronika development boards, and DIP switches for selecting input lines, the IDC10 connector CN1 gets the MikroBuffer board easily connected to a microcontroller. The amplified signal then gets delivered to the microcontroller analogue inputs.
This economical, low power consuming MikroBuffer Board makes use of CN2, CN3, CN4, and CN5 connectors for establishing a connection with the analogue signal generating device.