[time-nuts] Any experienced HP 2804A thermometer users outthere?
didier at cox.net
Sun Jan 25 02:40:36 UTC 2009
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> users outthere?
> In message <9FE35BF1051B413EAE492817D58EC095 at didierhp>,
> "Didier" writes:
> >But there are cases where there are too big, or they are in a noisy
> >environment, and a thermistor is more flexible.
> I seldom find TO-92 too big, in fact, I tend to find things
> smaller than TO-92 too small :-)
Well, we are now officially going to 0402 discretes and SC-70 and its
smaller siblings for ICs at work, so yes, TO-92 are humongous :-)
> >The 18B20 is almost as small as a thermistor, but I do not
> have code for it.
> >Can't be too hard though.
> I have some PIC18F code if you want it ?
Sure, it's gotta help compared to starting from scratch, as long as it's C.
Now, if it's PIC assembly...
(I don't do PICs, nothing personal, but I have enough architectures to mess
with already :-)
Thanks in advance,
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