- on Test & Measurement
- Published in issue 10/2014 on page 20
Temperature Sensor Board
with RS-485 interface
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R1 = 2.2kOhm
R2,R3 = 4.7kOhm
R4 = 120Ohm
R5,R6 = 1kOhm
C1,C2,C4 = 100nF 25V, 10%, X7R, SMD 0805
C3 = 10µF 25V, 10%, X5R, SMD 0805
C5 = 100µF 16V, 20%, tantalum, SMD Case F
D1 = PMEG2010AEH
D2 = LED, yellow, SMD 0805
D3 = LED, green, SMD 0805
IC1 = ATtiny85-20SU, SMD SO-8S2
IC2 = LT1785, SMD SO-8
IC3 = 8MHz quartz oscillator, 5x7mm, SMD (LF SPXO019079)
IC4 = 78L05
K1,K4 =2-pin pinheader, 0.1 inch pitch, right angled
K2 = 6-pin (2x3) pinheader or boxheader, 0.1 inch pitch
K3 = 3-way PCB screw terminal block, 0.2 inch pitch
PCB ref. 130468-1 v2.0