Would anyone be interested in a lab I'm writing involving how to make a thermometer? It's not really related to AVRs at all but it could possibly be useful to someone.
Thermometers and temperature measuring is a recurrent question asked in this forums, thus I think it would be welcome and interesting to do. Probably many people would learn about it.
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I guess the issue here is...
This tutorial section is meant for tutorials already completed.
I don't think this is the place to be asking whether a tutorial is wanted, which, of course, would be wanted it it was accurate and good quality.
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I never really thought you could turn a bunch of BJT's into a temperature sensor.
Indeed this is not the place for such a question. Dean will move it soon to the General Electronics I guess ..... if he finds the time ;)
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There are a number of temperature sense ICs that use external base-emitter junctions as the actual sensor. You tie the base and collector together and it is a more ideal diode that a diode is. This also lets you locate the actual sensor away from the electronics plus the sensor often has lower thermal mass than an IC.
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