ADS1115 Sensor

The ads1115 sensor allows you to use your ADS1115 sigma-delta ADC sensors (datasheet, Adafruit) with esphomelib. First, setup a ADS1115 Hub for your ADS1115 sensor and then use this sensor platform to create individual sensors that will report the voltage to Home Assistant.

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ADS1115 16-Bit ADC.

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ads1115:
  - address: 0x48
sensor:
  - platform: ads1115
    multiplexer: 'A0_GND'
    gain: 6.144
    name: "ADS1115 Channel A0-GND"

Configuration variables:

  • multiplexer (Required): The multiplexer channel of this sensor. Effectively means between which pins you want to measure voltage.
  • gain (Required, float): The gain of this sensor.
  • name (Required, string): The name for this sensor.
  • ads1115_id (Optional, ID): Manually specify the ID of the ADS1115 Hub you want to use this sensor.
  • update_interval (Optional, Time): The interval to check the sensor. Defaults to 15s. See update_interval gotchas.
  • id (Optional, ID): Manually specify the ID used for code generation.

Multiplexer And Gain

The ADS1115 has a multiplexer that can be configured to measure voltage between several pin configurations. These are:

  • A0_A1 (between Pin 0 and Pin 1)
  • A0_A3 (between Pin 0 and Pin 3)
  • A1_A3 (between Pin 1 and Pin 3)
  • A2_A3 (between Pin 2 and Pin 3)
  • A0_GND (between Pin 0 and GND)
  • A1_GND (between Pin 1 and GND)
  • A2_GND (between Pin 2 and GND)
  • A3_GND (between Pin 3 and GND)

Additionally, the ADS1115 has a Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) that can help you measure voltages in different ranges, these are:

  • 6.144 (measures up to 6.144V)
  • 4.096 (measures up to 4.096V)
  • 2.048 (measures up to 2.048V)
  • 1.024 (measures up to 1.024V)
  • 0.512 (measures up to 0.512V)
  • 0.256 (measures up to 0.256V)