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Digital Thermometer using PIC 16F1827


Author: Russell Kelly

Last Updated: 2012-01-14

Category: Measurement

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This project is for the design of a Digital Thermometer using the following
PIC 16F1827
MCP9700 Analog thermometer IC (by Microchip)
4x 7Segment LED Display Units (note 2nd segment needs to have decimal place connected to vdd)
MCP627 dual op-amp IC (by Microchip)

Supplied is an instruction manual, project files and .HEX file

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