The nRF52840 microcontroller manages the ADC. It also manages the USB port. As a next step, try connecting the Argon to your computer using a USB cable that has both data and power. Let us know the state of the RGB LED and whether the computer detects it once you connect it.
Hi, thanks for replying. I used USB with both data and power wires. But, windows 10 did not detected it. Other devices are particle boards are recognized but not this one. I ran the following commands.
Hi, Thanks for replying. Please find the image of my setup. All ground both from battery and Argon are connected together. The battery is 12V but it to be save side I assumed it be 13.5 volts. Even if voltage is 15V this voltage divider will give out put of 3V.
Have you got the Argon sat in a socket?
When did you connect USB and when the battery?
Did you attach the battery after you seated the Argon?
Did you wire the connect the GND pin before the 12V when attaching the battery and detach the 12V before removing the device from the PCB?