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Bus Pirate: TMP102 I2C temperature sensor

Posted on Sunday, July 17th, 2011 in Bus Pirate by Ian

Anthony interfaced the TMP102 I2C temperature sensor with the Bus Pirate:

This is a tiny I²C sensor which provides a great resolution (12 bits), accuracy (0.5° C), and nice features including programmable high/low alerting temperatures and low power consumption.

The ADDR/A0 pin allows for configuring the slave address to allow up to 4 devices on the same bus.

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