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Old 05-16-2014, 05:19 AM
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If using the Nokia 3310 display it's best to use a PIC with a MSSP hardware module (SPI hardware module).

That makes it faster and easier to send the SPI data to the display.
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I think you mean thermistor, and I'm skeptical about whether they're usable at oven temperatures.
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I would not hazard a guess what he means, but the OP seems savvy enough to use a part rated for 450° F in an area where temperatures reach 450° F.
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I think you mean thermistor, and I'm skeptical about whether they're usable at oven temperatures.
used in wave and reflow soldering applications. not sure if solder is hotter than the oven....
http://www.rhopointcomponents.com/co...hermistor.html
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Solder will melt around 180-200°C.
My guess is you cannot use SMD thermistor in the oven that goes to higher temperatures.
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Solder will melt around 180-200°C.
My guess is you cannot use SMD thermistor in the oven that goes to higher temperatures.
yeah, that would be bad. for ovens i am seeing AD595 with K tc. thus a simple tc to analog output.
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