How to use the TCN75 temperature sensor
In this article I'm going to show to you how to use the TCN75 we have mounted on our boards.
The TCN75 is a very simple temperature sensor but at the same time it is very accurate, with a precision of ±0,5 ° C, fra 25°C≤ TA ≤ 100°C e ±3 °C -55°C≤ TA ≤ +125°C.
How to use the MCP79410 Real Time Clock
In this article I'm going to show you how to use the MCP 79410 we have mounted on our boards.
The MCP79410 is a Real Time Clock (RTC) chip that uses a digital compensation of the time to realize an accurate clock/calendar. It has a programmable output line (it is possible to program up to two alarms), it can be backupped by an external battery (there is an ad hoc circuit), it has a small non volatile memory to store data and a small backupped SRAM.
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Working with the RTCC MCP 79410 RTCC (Real Time Clock with Calendar)
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