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2003\05\11@070552 by Tal

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Hi

Can anyone help me to find schematic for temperature gauge for car?
I search the 'net without any luck so far.
any kind will fit, but with parts I can find easily
I'll be most appreciate.

Regards

Tal

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2003\05\12@093218 by Micro Eng

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some 20 years ago, I built one from a simple A/D and BDC27segment chip.  If
I recall, it was simply a diode temp sensor, etc.  (remember these from Pop
Electronics? Oil pressure, temp and voltage.  Had the only truck in high
school with a digital dash...sorta)

So....plenty of stuff out there on temp sensing....feeding as digital,
analog etc and then drive a display.

Search the piclist archives and glue it all together....can't get much
simpler than that!

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2003\05\12@104420 by John Ferrell

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Myke Predko's book "Programming & Customizing PICmicro Microcontrollers"
Describes a Digital thermometer using a 16F84, 3-7Seg indicators and a Radio
Shack Thermistor.

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2003\05\14@234411 by Phil Seakins

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At 11:10 PM 12/05/03, you wrote:
>some 20 years ago, I built one from a simple A/D and BDC27segment chip.  If
>I recall, it was simply a diode temp sensor, etc.  (remember these from Pop
>Electronics? Oil pressure, temp and voltage.  Had the only truck in high
>school with a digital dash...sorta)

Why on earth would a high school kid want a truck? I am Australian, perhaps
this is yet another cultural difference. :-)

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2003\05\15@034625 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Why on earth would a high school kid want a truck? I am Australian,
>perhaps this is yet another cultural difference. :-)

I think you might find an Aussie would call it a Ute :))

Alan
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2003\05\15@114506 by Tal

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Maybe to get to school. At those days, some of the kids did attend
school. ;-)

Tal

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2003\05\15@122138 by Rob Peacock

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On Wed, 2003-05-14 at 21:41, Phil Seakins wrote:
> At 11:10 PM 12/05/03, you wrote:
>  >some 20 years ago, I built one from a simple A/D and BDC27segment chip.  If
>  >I recall, it was simply a diode temp sensor, etc.  (remember these from Pop
>  >Electronics? Oil pressure, temp and voltage.  Had the only truck in high
>  >school with a digital dash...sorta)
>
> Why on earth would a high school kid want a truck? I am Australian, perhaps
> this is yet another cultural difference. :-)

Heheh, I had that PE digital dash in my pick-up when I was in high
school too. Other than the functionality, it looked pretty cool, and you
can bet, there were very few people that had one.

Trucks in high school were very useful. You couldn't very well carry 6
or 8 beer kegs to a pasture party in the trunk of a Camaro :) Also, I
lived in a rural area so the truck also was used for hauling feed and
hay, water, horses, various trailers, etc

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