Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The one-wire-loop expansion board.

Yesterday evening, I received my generic expansion board (The One-Wire-Loop) back from OSHPark, and everything looks good. While I had originally planned this as a one-wire board, I figure it can work equally as well for any low-speed data, like serial or I2C.

The first example built up, sans the DS18X20 in the lower right corner, is ready to test in a live system.


With this board and the precision rectifier, I should be ready to start hooking up devices in their final configuration. Now, to just find the time...