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'[PIC]: PICs and iButtons?'
2003\08\14@141802 by Denny Esterline

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Has anyone done any data logging with a PIC and an iButton? I'm thinking the
DS1994 with internal battery backed 4kbit ram and RTC would be great for
this application.

Anybody have any thoughts or experiences with this?

Denny

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2003\08\14@145316 by Mauricio Jancic

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I'm just developing one app with ds1971 and PIC16f628A. Works great, no
problems yet...

Mauricio Jancic
Janso Desarrollos
Microchip Consultant
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2003\08\14@162056 by Mike Hord

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Take a look at Circuit Cellar #140, March of 2002.  There's an article
about making a PIC-based iButton Reader in there.  At the very least,
it'll give you a good starting place.

Mike H.

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