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Thermo2 click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2015-04-07

Category: Measurement

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Thermo 2 click carries DS1825, a programmable resolution digital thermometer IC. It measures temperature within a range from –10°C to 85°C with ±0.5°C accuracy.

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Thermo2 click board

Thermo2 click board

Front and back side appearance of the Thermo2 click board.

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Thermo 2 click carries DS1825, a programmable resolution digital thermometer IC. It measures temperature within a range from –10°C to 85°C with ±0.5°C accuracy. You can specify the resolution of the measurements, from 9 to 12-bit, depending on the application. The board communicates with the target microcontroller through a 1-wire interface. Using the onboard jumper, you can choose between two mikroBUS™ pins for setting the output. Thermo 2 click also features four Address Select jumpers for setting a unique ID for the sensor (allowing for up to 16 sensors to operate on a single 1-Wire bus).

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  - EasyFT90x v7 - FT900
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  - EasyAVR v7 - ATMEGA32

Thermo2 click board schematic

Thermo2 click board schematic

The schematic of the Thermo2 click board.

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