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MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board

Part Number: MCP9800DM-DL

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The MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board allows user to store up to 128000 temperature readings from the MCP9800 sensor to the 24LC1025, Microchip’s 1024Kbit EEPROM. The PIC16F684 PICmicro® Microcontroller communicates with the sensor and EEPROM. In addition, the PICmicro® interfaces to a PC using the

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Product Features

    • MCP9800 Sensor with 0.0625°C/LSb resolution and 128Kbyte EEPROM
    • Standard 100 mil 14-pin header (P1) for easy interface to PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit or custom application
    • PIC16F6784 PICmicro® Microcontroller
    • Temperature Alert indicating LED and measurement indicating LED

Summary

This product is no longer available for sale.
The MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board allows user to store up to 128000 temperature readings from the MCP9800 sensor to the 24LC1025, Microchip’s 1024Kbit EEPROM. The PIC16F684 PICmicro® Microcontroller communicates with the sensor and EEPROM. In addition, the PICmicro® interfaces to a PC using the PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit and transfers the temperature readings from the EEPROM to the PC. Microsoft Excel can be used to view the data. The PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit can also be used to reprogram the onboard PICmicro®. The user can specify number of measurements and measurement duration.

The MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board can be powered using an external supply, the PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit, or a 24 mm Lithium Battery. The battery allows for stand-alone operations.

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The MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board allows user to store up to 128000 temperature readings from the MCP9800 sensor to the 24LC1025, Microchip’s 1024Kbit EEPROM. The PIC16F684 PICmicro® Microcontroller communicates with the sensor and EEPROM. In addition, the PICmicro® interfaces to a PC using the PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit and transfers the temperature readings from the EEPROM to the PC. Microsoft Excel can be used to view the data. The PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit can also be used to reprogram the onboard PICmicro®. The user can specify number of measurements and measurement duration.

The MCP9800 Temperature Data Logger Demo Board can be powered using an external supply, the PICkit™ 1 Flash Starter Kit, or a 24 mm Lithium Battery. The battery allows for stand-alone operations.