Thermistors As Accurate Temperature Sensors Part 2: Application and Results | Sensors

In Part 2 of this two-part article we apply our method to a real-world application and show how, by combining estimation methods with thermistor characterization data, we can achieve high accuracy measurements over a wide temperature range using the simple voltage divider circuit we described in Part 1.

Source: Thermistors As Accurate Temperature Sensors Part 2: Application and Results | Sensors

Thermistors As Accurate Temperature Sensors Part 1: Introduction and Methods | Sensors

This two-part article describes how to use a simple voltage divider circuit with a thermistor to achieve high-accuracy temperature readings over broad measurement ranges. Part one discusses the circuit and various temperature estimation methods.

Source: Thermistors As Accurate Temperature Sensors Part 1: Introduction and Methods | Sensors

What the heck…. #VSCP #IoT #m2m

I will probably starve to death doing this but  the following hardware modules will be open source again.

can4vscp_accra – Counter module.
can4vscp_sanfrancisco_barometer  – Barometer module.
can4vscp_humidity – humidity and temperature
can4vscp_beijing – I/O- module.
can4vscp_vilnius – AD- module.
can4vscp_odessa – Expansion module.
can4vscp_kelvin_1wire – 1-wire temperature module.
can4vscp_frankfurt_rs232 – RS-232 interface to CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_gprs – GPRS interface to CAN4VSCÅ
can4vscp_newyork_lcd_display_controller – Display controller
can4vscp_frankfurt_eth – Ethernet <->CAN4VSCP
zeus_expansion_roma – Ethernet controller.
zeus_expansion_moscow
can4vscp_power_injector
zeus
zeus_expansion_napoli
zeus_expansion_leicester
zeus_expansion_kiev
zeus_expansion_budapest
zeus_expansion_brussels
blitz
thunder
can4vscp_frankfurt_ble
can4vscp_frankfurt_bridge CAN4VSCP <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_rs485 RS485 <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_usb  USB <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_kelvin_9700
can4vscp_kelvin_multisensor
can4vscp_kelvin_smt160
can4vscp_kelvin_thermocouple
can4vscp_Loos_temp_control

 

Visual Studio 2017 RC

Linux development with C++ The Linux development with C++ workload enables you to author C++ code for Linux servers, desktops and devices. You can manage your connections to these machines from within VS. VS will automatically copy and remote build your sources and can launch your application with the debugger. Our project system supports targeting specific architectures, including ARM.

Source: Visual Studio 2017 RC

Closing source for hardware modules ##VSCP #IoT #m2m

The following hardware modules will be closed source from today

can4vscp_accra – Counter module.
can4vscp_sanfrancisco_barometer  – Barometer module.
can4vscp_humidity – humidity and temperature module.can4vscp_beijing – I/O- module.
can4vscp_vilnius – AD- module.
can4vscp_odessa – Expansion module.
can4vscp_kelvin_1wire – 1-wire temperature module.
can4vscp_frankfurt_rs232 – RS-232 interface to CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_gprs – GPRS interface to CAN4VSCÅ
can4vscp_newyork_lcd_display_controller – Display controller
can4vscp_frankfurt_eth – Ethernet <->CAN4VSCP
zeus_expansion_roma – Ethernet controller.
zeus_expansion_moscow
can4vscp_power_injector
zeus
zeus_expansion_napoli
zeus_expansion_leicester
zeus_expansion_kiev
zeus_expansion_budapest
zeus_expansion_brussels
blitz
thunder
can4vscp_frankfurt_ble
can4vscp_frankfurt_bridge CAN4VSCP <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_rs485 RS485 <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_frankfurt_usb  USB <-> CAN4VSCP
can4vscp_kelvin_9700
can4vscp_kelvin_multisensor
can4vscp_kelvin_smt160
can4vscp_kelvin_thermocouple
can4vscp_Loos_temp_control

Paris and Kelvin NTC will be open and free as before for reference as will one or two RF modules resp.Ethernet modules.

Someone may ask why? The answer is that open source has not been working for these modules and I just don’t want to throw away the 1000h of work I put into them.