[time-nuts] temperature sensor

Chris Albertson albertson.chris at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 22:10:32 EDT 2014

That is a great idea. Thank you.

I can see use for this on more then one project.  I have some really
poor preforming traction motors on a small robot.   This is one of
those flap your forehead "why did I not think of something so simple?"
events.   I'll call it a "kick starter"

BTW, one project, years ago needed stable temperer.  They placed the
part in a vacuum.  If you really do need to decouple from the ambient
a vacuum gap will do it.

> ... I and has a "stall
> routine" that gives the fan a kick if it stalls (NB: this is a feature of
> the 642B, absent on the 642).  So, not only will it run the fan at its
> lowest possible self-sustaining speed, you can also run the fan much slower
> than its self-sustaining speed by letting it stall and be restarted
> periodically.


Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California

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