Category: Temperature sensor ds18b20

The DS18B20 is a digital temperature sensor that uses the 1-Wire protocol for communication with microcontrollers. It can measure temperatures from -55°C to +125°C with a 0.5°C accuracy. The sensor is small and easy to use, making it a popular choice for temperature sensing in a wide range of applications.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040)and DS18B20: all OneWire topologies, long stubs and multiple devices

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): all OneWire topologies, long stubs and more devices

This article covers how to connect DS18B20 digital temperature sensors to a Raspberry Pi Pico using the OneWire protocol. It includes information on all possible OneWire topologies, how to deal with long wires, and connecting multiple sensors. The article aims to provide a comprehensive guide for using these sensors with a Raspberry Pi Pico, including tips for troubleshooting and optimizing performance.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) and DS18B20: introduction and parasite mode

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): introduction and parasite mode

The Dallas DS18B20 is a digital temperature sensor that can be easily integrated with a Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) microcontroller. In this response, we will provide an introduction to the DS18B20 sensor and explain how to use it in parasite mode with a Raspberry Pi Pico.