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nokia 3310 LCD thermometer, Thermistor Problem?

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Nigel Goodwin

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pasanlaksiri said:
Can i replace DS18B20 by normal thermister? ( I dont want very accurate info ) If it is possible how to rewire for normal thermister?

As long as you rewrote the code for reading it, and also for displaying it - as a thermistor isn't linear.
 

House0Fwax

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Nigel Goodwin said:
Did you recognise it?, or just that it's an hungarian URL?.

I found a site that directed me to that site, they said it was in Hungarian.
I used an online translater to read it.

Interesting project by the look of it.
 

House0Fwax

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pasanlaksiri said:
What translater did u use?:)

I don't recall, but I googled ' online translater ' and looked at a few.

@ Nigel. Last year, the company I worked for had some Hungarian women flown over here so we could train them. They spoke absolutely no English so it was a bit of a mime excersise. One evening I decieded to look up a few Hungarian phrases on line to help matters. Wow ! Ever seen the language ? I didn't have a clue where to begin.
 
House0Fwax said:
I don't recall, but I googled ' online translater ' and looked at a few.

@ Nigel. Last year, the company I worked for had some Hungarian women flown over here so we could train them. They spoke absolutely no English so it was a bit of a mime excersise. One evening I decieded to look up a few Hungarian phrases on line to help matters. Wow ! Ever seen the language ? I didn't have a clue where to begin.

Oh its mean u know little bit hungariyan? Is it easy to learn or damn hard:rolleyes:
 

szabi

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Not Hungarian (.hu), but Croatian language, (.hr) which is a slav language compared to the finno-Ugrian.:p
(I am a hungarian)
 

Nigel Goodwin

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szabi said:
Not Hungarian (.hu), but Croatian language, (.hr) which is a slav language compared to the finno-Ugrian.:p
(I am a hungarian)

Thanks for that, there are so many new countries since the breakup of the Soviet Union that it's VERY confusing - the Eurovision Song Contest has gone completely mad! :D
 
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