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June 2013 - Circuit Crush

Month: June 2013

Volt Meter & Temperature Monitor – Part 3

Well, not really a improvement over part 2, but now the whole instructable is listed complete on Instructables at http://www.instructables.com/id/Digital-Arduino-Voltmeter-with-Temperature/. I go more into details on design decisions, errors that came up during the process, etc. Please vote for the project when the vote button appears. It’s been submitted to the Arduino contest, and may …

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Volt Meter & Temperature Monitor – Part 2

I was unhappy with the previous version of this project, which used a TMP36 analog temperature sensor. The output moved around alot, up to 5 degrees, and wouldn’t stabilize. I replaced it with my favorite, the DS18B20 digital sensor. Now I have rock solid temperature readings, rock solid voltage measurement, and everyone is happy. Since …

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AC Voltmeter and Temperature Monitor

I was asked to build a test jig for testing Honeywell Aquastats, and the two parameters that needed monitoring were voltage (12-16 vac), and temperature. I usually work with DC monitoring and DS18B20 digital temperature sensors, but this project called for monitoring AC, and I was given a TMP36 analog temperature sensor. Before connecting the output of the …

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