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PIC16F84A Thermometer

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macobt

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This is simple thermometer with just few components.
The brain is PIC16F84A and sensor is DS18B20
Range of sensor is -55 to 125°C is possible if ONLY the sensor is in that area not the whole device!
The schematic and other stuf to make this thermometer you can find on my blog:maco PIC Projects
 

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The comments in your asm file.
The writing next to each line of code that explains what that line of code does...
It seems to be in jiberish... is it another language?

**broken link removed**
 

macobt

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The comments in your asm file.
The writing next to each line of code that explains what that line of code does...
It seems to be in jiberish... is it another language?

**broken link removed**
I dont know what language is this,the code is not eriten by me.
I know that the project is working and is cool.
Regards macobt
 

AllVol

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I dont know what language is this,the code is not eriten by me.
I know that the project is working and is cool.
Regards macobt

Maybe for your next project you could design a heater for your room. 62 -64 degrees F. is a bit chilly, don't you think?
 
I dont know what language is this,the code is not eriten by me.
I know that the project is working and is cool.
Regards macobt
ohh... I got the impression you wrote it.
you should tidy up the code a bit, add some comments so people can read through it and learn a bit about how the program for the project works..
 
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