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face BY : Michael Rigby-Jones email (remove spam text)



Semiconductor based temperature sensors are pretty much limited to a max of
around 150C.  If you need high temperature measurement there are only two
real methods AFAIK: Platinum resistance, and Thermocouple.  Neither are as
easy to use as e.g. an LM35, but there are lots of application notes on
using Thermocouples if you have a hunt on a search engine such as Google.
Thermocouples can measure many hundreds of degree's C.

Mike

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