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Measuring temperature with Duinomite and KTY81

Posted on Saturday, January 21st, 2012 in Arduino, measurement by the machinegeek

Olimex has posted this project for measuring temperature in range -55+150C for a solar water heater system. It uses the KTY81/110, a low cost PTC thermistor from NXP. The MCU board is the Duinomite we features in a previous post.

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