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Hi guys.

I'm a complete novice to electronics in general, but having a fantastic time learning with arduino. Really want to use the following sensor in a project:

http://www.futureelectronics.com/en/technologies/development-tools/analog-power/Pages/6206726-EVB90333-DC.aspx

Any chance anyone can advise me if it's likely to work with arduino? I ask because they are hard to come by and relatively expensive, so before I pull the trigger I thought i'd ask incase anyone can share expertise.

Cheers!!  smiley
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Most, if not all, Arduino boards have hardware SPI bus built in that you could use to easily interface with the sensor.
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