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'[OT]: Baby Incubator Controller'
2003\08\11@003330 by Jake Anderson

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That'd be more in the motor controller section wouldn't it?

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From: "David VanHorn" <spam_OUTdvanhornTakeThisOuTspamCEDAR.NET>
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Sent: Monday, August 11, 2003 2:27 PM
Subject: Re: [PIC] Baby Incubator Controller


> At 02:24 PM 8/11/2003 +1000, Jake Anderson wrote:
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> >Its not they offer no warranty, they just don't rate their products for
> >peoples lives. It sounds however like you want to make an incubator for
> >chicken eggs? whole other story, for that microchip would be more than
happy
> >for you to use their products. And you wouldn't really need dual
controllers
> >at all, simply test it well and be happy. Everybody here thought you were
> >making an incubator for a human baby where a minor failure would cause
slow
> >and painful death. Baby chickens are called chicks.
>
> So he wants to use PICs to get his chicks hot?
> I've never seen THAT app note!
> :)
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2003\08\11@005201 by Jon Jenkins

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Hi PIC People

As someone who has done quite a lot
of medical instrumentaton and equipment
I would say that if you have to ask these
sorts of questions then DON'T do it.

Engineering fail safe equipment where the
potential exists for injury or death is
a specialised field. For example you would
also tend to use PLCC/PLA where possible instead
of uP and sw!

Jon

--On Monday, August 11, 2003 2:32 PM +1000 Jake Anderson
<grooveeespamKILLspamOPTUSHOME.COM.AU> wrote:

> That'd be more in the motor controller section wouldn't it?
>
> {Original Message removed}

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