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I²C controlled 1 kHz to 100 kHz Metal Detector with AD5933

A project in Milan, Italy by Marco Malinverni

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An easy-to-use add-on for your electronics projects, compatibile with Arduino and Raspberry PI, or other I²C equipped platform.
Backers: 7
Average Pledge Per Backer: €11

Funded: €80 of €3,150
Dates: Feb 8th -> Mar 10th (30 days)
Project By: Marco Malinverni
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It can be done.

February 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Browsing the web I found this informative note. Even the company that manufactures the AD5933, Analog Device, declares that this IC can be used to make metal detectors, as can be seen in the following document... (Read More)

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