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Dallas thermistors requre more power than a coin cell can supply over long periods of time, we recomend using Two AA vattries for lon term power
1 x K028 Coin cell board kit which contains the following:
1 x CCB PCB
1 x SMT coin cell holder
1 x D012 100uf microminature capacitor
2 x D015 10 way 2mm socket header
Additional parts for this specific item:
1 x P015 Coin cell (2032 size)
1 x P001 Matching ABS box
1 x D036 Dallas temp sensor 0.5 degree accurate
1 x D030 4K7 resistor
General Description of the coin cell board
What everyone has been waiting for. A development base kit for many different types of sensors. The kit when utilised with an XRF radio module and appropriate firmware (cost free) turns the two into an immediate wireless sensor. When used with our USB dongle, PC connected XRF or our OpenKontrol Gateway you can publish data to and from other networks including the Internet. There are more and more "cloud" based providers of control, logging, data analysis (see bottom of page).
Note that in order to use a XRF radio module with a sensor, its personality needs to be changed by applying new firmware. This is free to download from here, but you will need a serial connection such as our FTDI Interface or similar to reprogram it.
By adding just a component or two it can be:
Kit contents: Printed Circuit Board, 100uf microminature 10v capacitor, 2x10 way 2mm female headers, SMD coin cell holder.
USES - Just a few ideas
These providers may need some code to change the simple LLAP messages into a format that they accept. Contact them to find out how our equipment can be used on thier service.
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