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Temperature Sensor

Discussion in 'Microcontrollers, Programming and IoT' started by DeadReanimation, May 4, 2010.

  1. DeadReanimation

    DeadReanimation

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    hello. im trying to make a temperature control system that uses a PIC16F627 with assembler code.
    The attachment show is my circuit. using a voltage regulator to keep the LCD display at +5 volts.
    When it his the temperature desired it turns on a fan (next to the relay and the transistor).
    when booted up initially i want it to start at 30 degrees Celsius for the temp of turn on. but the two switches with plus and minus on them to vary the thermostat control.
    the voltage and current at 40 degrees is 2.54v & 482 uA. (u = micro)
    while at 6 degrees it's: 4v & 124 uA

    my system was based on the circuit that was on the website below. my system however uses a thermistor. but it appears it has been replaced with a dual temp sensor and no thermostat control so figure two is the diagram that used to be there
    electronics-diy.com/pic_temperature_meter

    i would appreciate it if people gave me help on how to do the code in assembler as im a novice in code.
     

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  2. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    I presume you already have the programming hardware available. If not, be prepared for that expense.

    I would recommend you look for a compiler for a high level language (C or even BASIC) for your PIC. Your task does not seem to be one that required assembler programming on the PIC, and if you're learning, a high level language is far easier.

    There are some open source tools available, and some of the closed source tools have basic versions (generally limited to a few PICs or in some other way) available as trial versions.

    As for the design.

    1) I would question why you don't use an 8 bit interface to the LCD. It's easier, and you appear to have outputs to burn.

    2) You should have pull-up resistors on the switches.

    3) you need a diode across the relay coil or your transistor will fail in very short order.

    4) the DS1820 is non-trivial to code for. The thermistor, on the other hand is far simpler. I hope you have access to code samples.
     
  3. DeadReanimation

    DeadReanimation

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    thank you for your help
     
  4. 55pilot

    55pilot

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    I am confused. Are you using the DS18S20 or are you using the thermistor? If you are using the thermistor, how do you plan to convert the analog voltage to a digital voltage? Hint: That PIC does not have a built in ADC.

    This is in addition to all the issues Steve has already brought up.

    ---55p
     
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