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Strictly speaking and for practical purposes, it is not compatible with the Arduino Mega.

 

It was designed for the Arduino Uno and the chipKIT Uno32, so while the shield would be able to physically connect to the Mega, signals that the IC's present on the Analog Shield are expecting to receive are mapped to different pins than what the shield would actually connect to.  

 

Let me know if you have any more questions.

JColvin

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Strictly speaking and for practical purposes, it is not compatible with the Arduino Mega.

 

It was designed for the Arduino Uno and the chipKIT Uno32, so while the shield would be able to physically connect to the Mega, signals that the IC's present on the Analog Shield are expecting to receive are mapped to different pins than what the shield would actually connect to.  

 

​I tried using a Mega2560. I confirm that it does not work with my simple ramp program I modified from an example. That program works with the Uno.  I had been looking forward to having more memory. 

Thanks.

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