Use a Mega
Too expensive, and the guy already has an Arduino
As There arent that many analogue input pins
You can breadboard it with just the chip.The CD4067 has 16 "inputs" if you need more than 8
ADD : Or the 4051 would be fine because after a bit of reading, I see the 16 inputs one needs 4 pins from my arduino.
Quote from: xkishorx on Apr 03, 2013, 08:05 pmADD : Or the 4051 would be fine because after a bit of reading, I see the 16 inputs one needs 4 pins from my arduino. of the 4 pins required, 3 of them are digital pins, OUTPUT, used to select which input in the 4051 (or 4050) is to be read. The other pin is one of the Analog inputs of the arduino that will receive the output of the 4051 for its selected input.
For two muxes, you'll need four digital outputs and two analogue inputs.