The AVR-HID device is a six channel, 10-bit analog-to-digital converter which communicates with a computer over the USB connection. It has been designed as a cheap, realtively simple, DIY alternative to many of the available sensor interface boxes. It utilises the USB and Human Interface Device (HID) standards to create a plug-and-play system which works with a large number of software packages on Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X and Linux systems.


More information is available from the AVR-HID project page on the IDMIL website.