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oak:tutorials:onewiretemp [2016/03/22 09:14]
exeng [Connecting the DS18B20 device to the Oak]
oak:tutorials:onewiretemp [2016/03/26 17:17] (current)
bjh [Initialization and Setup()]
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-====== ​ "THIS TUTORIAL HAS NOT YET BEEN REVIEWED, PLEASE DO NOT USE UNTIL IT HAS" ======+
  
 ====== Oak: Temperature Sensing and the 1-Wire Bus Lesson ====== ====== Oak: Temperature Sensing and the 1-Wire Bus Lesson ======
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 ==== Initialization and Setup() ==== ==== Initialization and Setup() ====
  
-DS18B20_Pin defines the pin to use for the 1-Wire bus (DQ line). In this example it is set to pin 2 but can be changed to ay pin that can tolerate being pulled up at power on.+DS18B20_Pin defines the pin to use for the 1-Wire bus (DQ line). In this example it is set to pin 2 but can be changed to any pin that can tolerate being pulled up at power on.
  
 The OakLEDpin, pin 1 is used to provide a visual output when temperature is being read. The OakLEDpin, pin 1 is used to provide a visual output when temperature is being read.
  
-sleepTimeS specifies the delay in seconds between readings. We don't actually sleep but rather simply delay a specified amount of time in seconds before that next temperature update. It's important to keep this relatively ​course ​as we don'​t ​wont to flood Particle.io with constant updates to the log. For slow changing inputs, 30 seconds to 1 minute is about right but you can easily change this to suit your own needs.+sleepTimeS specifies the delay in seconds between readings. We don't actually sleep but rather simply delay a specified amount of time in seconds before that next temperature update. It's important to keep this relatively ​coarse ​as we don'​t ​want to flood Particle.io with constant updates to the log. For slow changing inputs, 30 seconds to 1 minute is about right but you can easily change this to suit your own needs.
  
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