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Are 1-Wire devices supported in the Breakout Board?
edited December 2012
I am trying to use one of these temperature sensors:
. Will it be just as easy to hook up power, ground and IN?
At present, the Twine input connected to the jack is restricted to an "on" signal, being somewhere above 2.5 V or so, and less than 3.3 V (there is no sensing of the actual voltage, just an "on" signal), and an "off" signal, which 0 V up to some not established threshold. There is at present no means for measuring actual temperature except for the on-Twine sensor.
Would love to know this as well.
Teodoro, it's extremely unlikely that it'll be supported. Because from what I'm aware of, TWINE uses it's own programming language inside. Just go with a standard temp sensor into the breakout board once linear measurements are enabled. 0.5 deg accuracy is easy enough to find, and waterproof sensors are abundant to say the least.
you mean Thermocouples? Ie A/D? They also say they will support digital input.
I have tried it. The answer is: No it does not work.
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