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LDmicro Forum - temperature sensor using DS18B20 HOW TO SET TEMPERATURE USING ATEMGA8

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temperature sensor using DS18B20 HOW TO SET TEMPERATURE USING ATEMGA8 (by 80proof)
HI GUYS! can someone teach me how to set the temperature sensors in degree celsius, my plan is using this DS18B20 sensor at pin 28 of atmega8 if my temperature sensor has reached already the 40 degrees celsius the pin 25 will output a logic 1 which will trigger a relay that will power on a 5v dc motor fan. and if i got higher value than 40 the other pin 24 will again generate a relay and will turn on again the other fan..can someone help me with this problem? thanks!! hoping for your reply guys!!
Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:17:37
(no subject) (by 80proof)
can you give sample ladder programs on this temperature sensor setting in adc input? advance thanks guys!
Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:20:00
(no subject) (by simon)
1-wire interface is not suported by ldmicro
Sun Jan 29 2012, 12:03:12
(no subject) (by Jonathan Westhues)
You could instead use an analog temperature sensor, as in

Sun Jan 29 2012, 13:14:32
(no subject) (by 80proof)
ok sir! i'll try this analog sensors, i thought i can use this 1 wire interface..thnaks a lot! give you guys some update about this sensors i got any problems or doubt in this temp. sensor project.thanks again sir jonathan and simon!=D
Tue Jan 31 2012, 11:39:48
Temperature sensor (by Light meter)

This blog is very interesting. I cna to take some inaforamation mg works. thank you
Thu Nov 8 2018, 04:45:05
(no subject) (by Mark R)
Hi, this post is from over 10yrs ago now, has LDmicro been updated with 1-wire bus capability now?
Sun Sep 18 2022, 16:25:07
(no subject) (by MGP)
No and there's not even a chance that this will happen in the future.
Mon Sep 19 2022, 04:17:48
Temp sensor (by Mark R)
Why is that then, is in not possible?
Mon Sep 19 2022, 17:38:28
(no subject) (by MGP)
There is no one left who can develop LDmicro further and you cannot fulfill all wishes as a developer.
Tue Sep 20 2022, 03:44:42
(no subject) (by Mark R)
Fair enough, shame but if thatís the case then no more to be said. Thank you.
Wed Sep 21 2022, 15:38:57
(no subject) (by MGP)
Yes it's a shame because there are still some bugs in the current version that need a fix.
Thu Sep 22 2022, 02:56:38
(no subject) (by Mark R)
Whatís happened to the chap that was working on it or rather looking after it now?
Thu Sep 22 2022, 12:13:08
(no subject) (by MGP)
Lives in Odessa Ukranine, so you know why.
Thu Sep 22 2022, 13:33:55
(no subject) (by Mark R)
Oh yes, I hope he and his family are ok.
Fri Sep 23 2022, 05:04:52
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