KTY81 210 PDF

You have a lot of possibilities to measure the temperature with an arduino. One simple solution is the usage of a KTY81 silicon temperature sensors. Arduino describes on the playground the usage of KTY If you have an other type, you need to recalculate the temperature.

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You have a lot of possibilities to measure the temperature with an arduino. One simple solution is the usage of a KTY81 silicon temperature sensors. Arduino describes on the playground the usage of KTY If you have an other type, you need to recalculate the temperature.

Thx for your code. I am compiling this code with latest Arduino 1. Arduino: 1. I have simplified my code and replace the linear regression with a polynomial trend function. Now the code is easier and use less memory. Is there any way to make it much more precise?

The resolution of arduino is not fine enough. Hey, Did similar recalculations, but just reduced huge and nano numbers in recalculations. Can you explain this function a little bit more in detail? Your email address will not be published. GeekTool calendar view. Cordova android build fails with gradle wrapper error. Thank you, for the comment. Hi Paolo, you can use MS Excel to get the polynomial trend line. Create a table with resistance values from sensor spec sheet. Then create a diagram that shows you the graph.

Add the trend line. Experiment a little bit with the degree of the polynom If the trend line seems to be the same as the data line, then you have found the polynomial trend line.

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Arduino and KTY81-210

KTY temperature sensors are so-called silicium temperature sensors, which are ideally suited for measuring in air, gases and liquids within a temperature range of Because of their positive temperature coefficient the KTY temperature sensors are ideally suited for temperature measurements and controlling temperature-dependent systems. KTY temperature sensors have an almost linear temperature coefficient over the whole temperature range. With regard to the handling and processing please note, that the sensors are sensitive to static electricity and because of this can be damaged in their long-term behaviour. You are here: Measurement by branches Building automation.

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