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'Anything similar to LM75?'
1999\03\17@130121 by JAM [Naish]

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I've been unable to find LM75 in my city, so could anybody tell me about
another chip of similar characteristics (using IIC)?
Thank you.

Note: Or could anybody send me a pair of this chips to me?


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1999\03\17@160951 by Ryan Pogge

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DALLAS DS1629
It is almost exactly the same



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1999\03\17@214232 by Ken Pergola

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Actually a better match is the Dallas Semiconductor DS75. One nice thing
about the DS75 over the LM75 is that you can read it at a rate faster than
the conversion time without resetting the conversion in progress. If you try
this with the LM75, you will always get the last conversion and the
temperature will never get a chance to update.

Ken Pergola


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