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1  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Can someone please test this for me? on: October 18, 2012, 05:54:53 am
I want to ensure that the code values aren't broken. But don't worry about it. I'll figure this out next week. Thanks for the help everyone. I appreciate your concern about this task smiley.
2  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Can someone please test this for me? on: October 17, 2012, 07:50:00 am
Should i provide the Fritzing diagram for this, or would you like to figure out how to connect this by yourselves?
3  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Can someone please test this for me? on: October 17, 2012, 06:25:38 am
UPDATE: i have modified the code again. Instead of having print out statements for each SteinHart functions. I've moved all of those printouts into 1 functions. and left the rest call for each other based on the calculation on each function (e.g from SH_Kelvs to SH_Celcs can be done by calling the function when it is needed on the calculation, etc).
4  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Can someone please test this for me? on: October 17, 2012, 05:54:09 am
I think i need to add a printout function for this one!
5  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Can someone please test this for me? on: October 17, 2012, 02:30:50 am
i think i've modified the previous post for that ..
6  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Can someone please test this for me? on: October 17, 2012, 02:12:56 am
I don't have the materials to test my code out.
Materials needed to test this are:
   = 2x LEDs
   = 1x Thermister
   = 2x Buttons
   = 1x Breadboards
   = 2x 220Ohm Resistance(for the LEDs)
   = 3x 10KOhm Resistance(for the Buttons and Thermister)
   = Cables
   = 1x Arduino UNO

And here is my code layout for this task: -
Code:
const int ThermPin   = A0;
const int rows = 10;
const int cols = 2;
const int ButtonPin  = 6;
const int ButtonPin1 = 7;
int ButtonState   = 0;
int ButtonState1  = 0;
const int LEDPin1 = 2;
const int LEDPin2 = 3;
int Table[rows][cols] ={   //col 0||col 1
                            { 25, 4470 }, //row 0
                            { 26, 4250 }, //row 1
                            { 27, 4030 }, //row 2
                            { 28, 3800 }, //row 3
                            { 29, 3530 }, //row 4
                            { 30, 3270 }, //row 5
                            { 31, 3200 }, //row 6
                            { 32, 3170 }, //row 7
                            { 33, 3100 }, //row 8
                            { 34, 3070 }  //row 9
                       };   
                       
void setup(){
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(ButtonPin,  INPUT);
  pinMode(ButtonPin1, INPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin1,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin2,    OUTPUT);}
 
//Displays the Lookup of the System(incl. The Value, Volt, & Resistance)
int getTempLookUp(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                         
//Declares the variables of the ThermPin & prints out the results based on the Thermister
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Serial.println();
  Serial.print("LookupValue = ");
  Serial.print(SensorValue);
 
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Voltage = ");
  Serial.print(Vout);
  Serial.print(" V");
 
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Resistance = ");
  Serial.print(ThermResist);
  Serial.print(" Ohm");}

//Displays the Celcius based on the Array of the ThermResistance   
int getTempCelc(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;

//Calculates the voltage from the Sensorvalue of the Themister                         
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;

//Call out the Table Array from the index
//And goes calls out the temperature values based on the ThermResistance
//Came out from the Thermister and prints out the results based on Celcius
   for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.println();
     Serial.print("Array_Celcius = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0]);
     Serial.print(" C");
     Serial.print("\t");}}}

//Displays the Kelvins based on the Array of the ThermResistance
int getTempKelv(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;

//Calculates the voltage from the Sensorvalue of the Themister                         
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
 
//Call out the Table Array from the index
//And goes calls out the temperature values based on the ThermResistance
//Came out from the Thermister and prints out the results based on Kelvins
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print("\t Array_Kelvins = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0] + 273.15);
     Serial.print(" K");
     Serial.print("\t");}}}

int getTempFare(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;

//Calculates the voltage from the Sensorvalue of the Themister                         
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
 
//Call out the Table Array from the index
//And goes calls out the temperature values based on the ThermResistance
//Came out from the Thermister and prints out the results based on Farenheit
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print(" Array_Farenheit = ");
     Serial.print(  (Table[i][0] *9.0)/ 5.0 +32.0);
     Serial.print(" F");}}}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//SteinHart's Style!

//Calculates the value from the Thermisters, converts it to Kelvins, and prints it out
int SteinHart_Kelvs(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;                   
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));}

//Calculates the values called out from the previous function, converts it to Celcius, and prints it out
int SteinHart_Celcs_1(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
   float Temp = SteinHart_Kelvs(ThermPin);
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;}

//Calculates the values called out from the previous function, converts it to Farenheits, and prints it out
int SteinHart_Faren(int ThermPin){
//Declares the variables
   float Temp = SteinHart_Celcs_1(ThermPin);
   float Farenheit = ((Temp *9.0) /5.0 +32.0);}

int SH_Printout(int ThermPin){
   float Temp   = SteinHart_Kelvs(ThermPin);
   float Temp_1 = SteinHart_Celcs_1(ThermPin);
   float Temp_2 = SteinHart_Faren(ThermPin);
 
//Prints out the results
   Serial.println();
   Serial.print("SH_Kelvin = ");
   Serial.print(Temp);
   Serial.print(" K");

   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Temp_1);
   Serial.print(" C");

   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Farenheit = ");
   Serial.print(Temp_2);
   Serial.println(" F");}


void loop()
{
  ButtonState = digitalRead(ButtonPin);
  ButtonState1 = digitalRead(ButtonPin1);
  if(ButtonState == HIGH)
  {
    SH_Printout(ThermPin);
    digitalWrite(LEDPin1, HIGH);
    delay(100);
  }
  else
    if(ButtonState == LOW)
    {
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1, LOW);
    }
  if(ButtonState1 == HIGH)
  {
    digitalWrite(LEDPin2, HIGH);
    getTempLookUp(ThermPin);
    getTempCelc(ThermPin); 
    getTempKelv(ThermPin);
    getTempFare(ThermPin);
  }
  else
    if(ButtonState1 == LOW)
    {
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2, LOW);
    }

}
   
Thank you smiley.
7  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 14, 2012, 03:29:58 am
I still need those serial printout statements to measure my LDR, Potentiometer and a Thermister all together....i couldn't just delete them just like that...
8  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 14, 2012, 03:13:48 am
you have 4 LEDs...

you say My LED is blinking. Is that all of them?

I notice that when you activate teh LEDs, you also send some strings through the serial port... have you considered inspecting them to see what is happening?
Well...it technically starts with the one of them. Based on the room temperature (e.g. if its 21 C or less, the green LED is lit. Otherwise, if its above 21 C the yellow LED goes on while the green LED turns off).
Yes i have. There don't seem to have any Delay statements around. Aside from the button press at the loop function...And the 4th LED doesn't concern me as much.
9  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 14, 2012, 01:40:23 am
Code:
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//The Rest of My Work...
int SteinHart_Celcs(int ThermPin){
   ButtonState  = digitalRead(ButtonPin);
   int   SensorValue   = analogRead(ThermPin);
   int   LDRSensVal    = analogRead(LDRPin);
   int PotentSensVal   = analogRead(PotentPin);

   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
  if(Celcius >= 10 && Celcius <= 23){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.print("Status: Its COOOLD..D..D ");}
  if(Celcius >= 24 && Celcius <= 29){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.print("Status: Its WARM..OK ");}
  if(Celcius >= 30 && Celcius <= 100){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, HIGH);
      Serial.print("Status: ITs HOT..SHUT THE SYSTEM DOWN...ASAP! " );}
  //if statement specifically made for the fan.
  if(Celcius >= 27 && Celcius <= 100){
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     HIGH);}
  //if statemewnt specifically made for the button reset sequence.
  if(ButtonState == HIGH){
    digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);}
  else{
    ButtonState = LOW;}
  //if statement made for the potentiometer

  //if statement made for the LDR.
    if(LDRSensVal <= 200 && LDRSensVal >= 0){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 300 && LDRSensVal >= 220){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 400 && LDRSensVal >= 320){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 500 && LDRSensVal >= 420){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 1023 && LDRSensVal >= 520){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
   Serial.print("LDRValue = ");
   Serial.print(LDRSensVal);
   //if statement for the potentiometer   
    if(PotentSensVal <= 200 && PotentSensVal >= 0){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(PotentSensVal <= 300 && PotentSensVal >= 220){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(PotentSensVal <= 400 && PotentSensVal >= 320){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(PotentSensVal <= 500 && PotentSensVal >= 420){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(PotentSensVal <= 1023 && PotentSensVal >= 520){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}   
   Serial.print("\t Pot_LDRValue = ");
   Serial.print(PotentSensVal);
   
   Serial.print("\t ThermistorVal = ");
   Serial.print(SensorValue);
   Serial.print("\t Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Celcius);
   Serial.println(" C");
}

void loop(){
  ButtonState1 = digitalRead(ButtonPin1);
  //if Statements for the Array of buttons
   if(ButtonState1 == HIGH){
      getTempLookUp    (ThermPin);
      getTempCelc      (ThermPin);
      getTempKelv      (ThermPin);
      getTempFare      (ThermPin);
      SteinHart_Kelvs  (ThermPin);
      SteinHart_Celcs_1(ThermPin); 
      SteinHart_Faren  (ThermPin);
       delay(10);}
   else{
    if(ButtonState1 == LOW){
       SteinHart_Celcs(ThermPin);}}
       
}
10  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 14, 2012, 01:40:01 am
I don't know why but. My LED keeps on blinking at some point...

Code(so far): -
Code:
//My Global Variables
const int ThermPin   = A0;
const int LDRPin     = A1;
const int PotentPin  = A2;
const int SpeakerPin = 11;
const int ButtonPin  = 6;
const int ButtonPin1 = 7;
int ButtonState   = 0;
int ButtonState1  = 0;
const int FanPin  = 5;
const int LEDPin1 = 2;
const int LEDPin2 = 3;
const int LEDPin3 = 4;
const int LEDPin4 = 8;
const int rows = 10;
const int cols = 2;
int Table[rows][cols] ={   //col 0||col 1
                            { 25, 4470 }, //row 0
                            { 26, 4250 }, //row 1
                            { 27, 4030 }, //row 2
                            { 28, 3800 }, //row 3
                            { 29, 3530 }, //row 4
                            { 30, 3270 }, //row 5
                            { 31, 3200 }, //row 6
                            { 32, 3170 }, //row 7
                            { 33, 3100 }, //row 8
                            { 34, 3070 }  //row 9
                       };    
void setup(){
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(ButtonPin,  INPUT);
  pinMode(ButtonPin1, INPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin1,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin2,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin3,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin4,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(SpeakerPin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(FanPin,     OUTPUT);
}

int getTempLookUp(int ThermPin)
{
float Vin = 5.0;
float ThermResist = 0.0;
float R2 = 10000.0;
float SensorValue = 0.0;
float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Serial.println();
  Serial.print("LookupValue = ");
  Serial.print(SensorValue);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Voltage = ");
  Serial.print(Vout);
  Serial.print(" V");
  
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Resistance = ");
  Serial.print(ThermResist);
  Serial.print(" Ohm");
  Serial.print("\t");
}
int getTempCelc(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
   for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.println();
     Serial.print("Array_Celcius = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0]);
     Serial.print(" C");
     Serial.print("\t");}}
}

int getTempKelv(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print("\t Array_Kelvins = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0] + 273.15);
     Serial.print(" K");
     Serial.print("\t");}}
}

int getTempFare(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print(" Array_Farenheit = ");
     Serial.print(  (Table[i][0] *9.0)/ 5.0 +32.0);
     Serial.print(" F");
     Serial.println();}}  
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//SteinHart's Style!
int SteinHart_Kelvs(int ThermPin){
  int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  int   PotentSensVal = analogRead(PotentPin);  
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;                    
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   Serial.print("SH_Kelvin = ");
   Serial.print(Temp);
   Serial.print(" K");}

int SteinHart_Celcs_1(int ThermPin){
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Celcius);
   Serial.print(" C");}

int SteinHart_Faren(int ThermPin){
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
   float Farenheit = ((Celcius *9.0) /5.0 +32.0);
   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Farenheit = ");
   Serial.print(Farenheit);
   Serial.println(" F");}

11  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 12, 2012, 11:19:37 pm
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Code:
//My Global Variables
const int ThermPin   = A0;
const int LDRPin     = A1;
const int PotentPin  = A2;
const int SpeakerPin = 11;
const int ButtonPin  = 6;
const int ButtonPin1 = 7;
int ButtonState   = 0;
int ButtonState1  = 0;
const int FanPin  = 5;
const int LEDPin1 = 2;
const int LEDPin2 = 3;
const int LEDPin3 = 4;
const int rows = 10;
const int cols = 2;
int Table[rows][cols] ={   //col 0||col 1
                            { 25, 4470 }, //row 0
                            { 26, 4250 }, //row 1
                            { 27, 4030 }, //row 2
                            { 28, 3800 }, //row 3
                            { 29, 3530 }, //row 4
                            { 30, 3270 }, //row 5
                            { 31, 3200 }, //row 6
                            { 32, 3170 }, //row 7
                            { 33, 3100 }, //row 8
                            { 34, 3070 }  //row 9
                       };    
void setup(){
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(LDRPin,     INPUT);
  pinMode(ButtonPin,  INPUT);
  pinMode(ButtonPin1, INPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin1,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin2,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin3,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(SpeakerPin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(FanPin,     OUTPUT);
}

int getTempLookUp(int ThermPin)
{
float Vin = 5.0;
float ThermResist = 0.0;
float R2 = 10000.0;
float SensorValue = 0.0;
float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Serial.println();
  Serial.print("LookupValue = ");
  Serial.print(SensorValue);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Voltage = ");
  Serial.print(Vout);
  Serial.print(" V");
  
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  Serial.print("\t");
  Serial.print("\t Resistance = ");
  Serial.print(ThermResist);
  Serial.print(" Ohm");
}
int getTempCelc(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
   for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.println();
     Serial.print("Array_Celcius = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0]);
     Serial.print(" C");
     Serial.print("\t");}}
}

int getTempKelv(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print("\t Array_Kelvins = ");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0] + 273.15);
     Serial.print(" K");
     Serial.print("\t");}}
}

int getTempFare(int ThermPin)
{
  float Vin = 5.0;
  float ThermResist = 0.0;
  float R2 = 10000.0;
  float SensorValue = 0.0;
  float Vout = 0.0;
                        
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  
  for(int i; i<rows; i++){
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] ){
     Serial.print(" Array_Farenheit = ");
     Serial.print(  (Table[i][0] *9.0)/ 5.0 +32.0);
     Serial.print(" F");
     Serial.println();}}  
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//SteinHart's Style!
int SteinHart_Kelvs(int ThermPin){
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;                    
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   Serial.print("SH_Kelvin = ");
   Serial.print(Temp);
   Serial.print(" K");}

int SteinHart_Celcs_1(int ThermPin){
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Celcius);
   Serial.print(" C");}

int SteinHart_Faren(int ThermPin){
   int   SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
   float Farenheit = ((Celcius *9.0) /5.0 +32.0);
   Serial.print("\t");
   Serial.print("\t SH_Farenheit = ");
   Serial.print(Farenheit);
   Serial.println(" F");}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//The Rest of My Work...
int SteinHart_Celcs(int ThermPin){
   ButtonState  = digitalRead(ButtonPin);
   int   SensorValue   = analogRead(ThermPin);
   int   LDRSensVal    = analogRead(LDRPin);
   int   PotentSensVal = analogRead(PotentPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
  if(Celcius >= 10 && Celcius <= 23){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.println("Status: Its COOOLD..D..D ");}
  if(Celcius >= 24 && Celcius <= 29){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.print("Status: Its WARM..OK ");}
  if(Celcius >= 30 && Celcius <= 40){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, HIGH);
      Serial.print("Status: ITs HOT..SHUT THE SYSTEM DOWN...ASAP! " );}
  //if statement specifically made for the fan.
  if(Celcius >= 27 && Celcius <= 40){
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     HIGH);}
  //if statemewnt specifically made for the button reset sequence.
  if(ButtonState == HIGH){
    digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);}
  else{
    ButtonState = LOW;}
  //if statement made for the LDR.
  if(LDRSensVal <= 200 && LDRSensVal >= 0){
      digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
      digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
      digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 300 && LDRSensVal >= 220){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 400 && LDRSensVal >= 320){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 500 && LDRSensVal >= 420){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 600 && LDRSensVal >= 520){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
   Serial.print("LDRSensVal = ");
   Serial.print(LDRSensVal);
  //if statements made for the Potentiometer
  if (PotentSensVal <= 320 && PotentSensVal >= 11){
         digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);}
  if (PotentSensVal <= 620 && PotentSensVal >= 321){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
      delay(1500);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(1500);}      
  if (PotentSensVal <= 820 && PotentSensVal >= 621){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
     delay(600);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(600);}  
  if (PotentSensVal <= 920 && PotentSensVal >= 821){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
     delay(400);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(400);}    
  if (PotentSensVal <= 920 && PotentSensVal >= 821){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
      delay(200);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
      delay(200);}  
  if (PotentSensVal <= 970 && PotentSensVal >= 921){  
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);}
   Serial.print("\t PotentSensVal = ");
   Serial.print(PotentSensVal);
    
   Serial.print("\t Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Celcius);
   Serial.println(" C");
}

void loop(){
  ButtonState1 = digitalRead(ButtonPin1);
  SteinHart_Celcs(ThermPin);
    //if Statements for the Array of buttons
   if(ButtonState1 == HIGH){
      getTempLookUp    (ThermPin);
      getTempCelc      (ThermPin);
      getTempKelv      (ThermPin);
      getTempFare      (ThermPin);
      SteinHart_Kelvs  (ThermPin);
      SteinHart_Celcs_1(ThermPin);  
      SteinHart_Faren  (ThermPin);
       delay(100);}
   else
      if(ButtonState1 == LOW){
        SteinHart_Celcs(ThermPin);}

   delay(100);
}
Would help a bit if you explain to me how the Potentiometer is used as a calibration mechanism.
12  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Having issues using an LDR and a Potentiomer for my AIr Conditioning System.. on: October 12, 2012, 11:19:24 pm
Ok, i am currently having this problem right now. There are two tasks where it got my confused at some points. And they mention: -

[1] It should only work when the lights are on, using an LDR.
And

[2] Use a potentiometer as a calibration mechanism

Here is the code i've implemented for those tasks:

[1]:
Code:
const int ThermPin = A0;
const int LDRPin = A1;
const int PotentPin = A2;
const int SpeakerPin = 11;
const int ButtonPin = 6;
int ButtonState = 0;
const int FanPin = 5;
const int LEDPin1 = 2;
const int LEDPin2 = 3;
const int LEDPin3 = 4;



void setup(){
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(LDRPin,     INPUT);
  pinMode(ButtonPin,  INPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin1,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin2,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(LEDPin3,    OUTPUT);
  pinMode(SpeakerPin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(FanPin,     OUTPUT);
}

int SteinHart_Celcs(int ThermPin){
   ButtonState = digitalRead(ButtonPin);
   int   SensorValue   = analogRead(ThermPin);
   int   LDRSensVal    = analogRead(LDRPin);
   int   PotentSensVal = analogRead(PotentPin);
   float C1 = 1.346e-03;
   float C2 = 2.309e-04;
   float C3 = 9.815e-08;
   float Rt = 10000.0;
   float logRt = log(((10240000/SensorValue) - Rt));
   float Temp = (1.0/(C1 + C2*logRt + C3*logRt*logRt*logRt));
   float Celcius = Temp - 273.15;
  if(Celcius >= 10 && Celcius <= 23){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.println("Status: Its COOOLD..D..D ");}
  if(Celcius >= 24 && Celcius <= 29){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     LOW);
      Serial.print("Status: Its WARM..OK ");}
  if(Celcius >= 30 && Celcius <= 40){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, HIGH);
      Serial.print("Status: ITs HOT..SHUT THE SYSTEM DOWN...ASAP! " );}
  //if statement specifically made for the fan.
  if(Celcius >= 27 && Celcius <= 40){
     digitalWrite(FanPin,     HIGH);}
  //if statemewnt specifically made for the button reset sequence.
  if(ButtonState == HIGH){
    digitalWrite(SpeakerPin, LOW);}
  else{
    ButtonState = LOW;}
  //if statement made for the LDR.
  if(LDRSensVal <= 200 && LDRSensVal >= 0){
      digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
      digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);
      digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 300 && LDRSensVal >= 220){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    HIGH);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 400 && LDRSensVal >= 320){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    HIGH);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 500 && LDRSensVal >= 420){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    HIGH);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
  if(LDRSensVal <= 600 && LDRSensVal >= 520){
     digitalWrite(LEDPin1,    LOW);
     digitalWrite(LEDPin2,    LOW);    
     digitalWrite(LEDPin3,    LOW);}
   Serial.print("LDRSensVal = ");
   Serial.print(LDRSensVal);
  //if statements made for the Potentiometer
  if (PotentSensVal <= 320 && PotentSensVal >= 11){
         digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);}
  if (PotentSensVal <= 620 && PotentSensVal >= 321){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
      delay(1500);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(1500);}      
  if (PotentSensVal <= 820 && PotentSensVal >= 621){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
     delay(600);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(600);}  
  if (PotentSensVal <= 920 && PotentSensVal >= 821){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
     delay(400);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
     delay(400);}    
  if (PotentSensVal <= 920 && PotentSensVal >= 821){
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);
      delay(200);
    digitalWrite(FanPin, LOW);
      delay(200);}  
  if (PotentSensVal <= 970 && PotentSensVal >= 921){  
    digitalWrite(FanPin, HIGH);}
   Serial.print("\t PotentSensVal = ");
   Serial.print(PotentSensVal);
  
   Serial.print("\t Celcius = ");
   Serial.print(Celcius);
   Serial.println(" C");

}
void loop(){
  SteinHart_Celcs(ThermPin);
   delay(100);
}
Making the system only works when the lights are on using the LDR.
13  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having trouble on solving the following tasks on: October 07, 2012, 02:54:43 am
One last issue in that code:
Code:
  Serial.print("Value = ");
  Serial.print(SensorValue);
  Serial.print("\t Voltage = ");
  Serial.print(Vout);
  Serial.print(" V");
  Serial.print("\t Resistance = ");
  Serial.print(ThermResist);
  Serial.println(" Ohm");
     Serial.print(Table[i][0]);
     Serial.print("\t");
The wrong line used println() instead of print().
Thanks for the advice PaulS smiley.
14  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having trouble on solving the following tasks on: October 04, 2012, 11:31:54 am
I think i need to be careful the next time i use a for loop. Thanks for the great help guys. I'll be sure to let you know what i've done for my next task smiley.
15  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Having trouble on solving the following tasks on: October 04, 2012, 11:30:04 am
My latest update for my code smiley: -

Code:
const int ThermPin = A0;
const int rows = 10;
const int cols = 2;
int Table[rows][cols] ={   //col 0||col 1
                            { 25, 4470 }, //row 0
                            { 26, 4250 }, //row 1
                            { 27, 4030 }, //row 2
                            { 28, 3800 }, //row 3
                            { 29, 3530 }, //row 4
                            { 30, 3270 }, //row 5
                            { 31, 3200 }, //row 6
                            { 32, 3170 }, //row 7
                            { 33, 3100 }, //row 8
                            { 34, 3070 }  //row 9
                       };   
                       
void setup()
{
  Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop()
{

float Vin = 5.0;
float ThermResist = 0.0;
float R2 = 10000.0;
float SensorValue = 0.0;
float Vout = 0.0;
                         
  SensorValue = analogRead(ThermPin);
  Serial.print("Value = ");
  Serial.print(SensorValue);
 
  Vout = (((SensorValue+1)*Vin)/1024.0);
  Serial.print("\t Voltage = ");
  Serial.print(Vout);
  Serial.print(" V");
 
  ThermResist =((R2*Vin)/Vout)-R2;
  Serial.print("\t Resistance = ");
  Serial.print(ThermResist);
  Serial.println(" Ohm");
 
   for(int i; i<rows; i++)
  {
   if(ThermResist >= Table[i+1][1] && ThermResist <= Table[i][1] )
   {
     Serial.print(Table[i][0]);
     Serial.print("\t");
   }
  }
}

Output: -
Code:
Temperature = 25 C Value = 709.00 Voltage = 3.47 V Resistance = 4422.54 Ohm
Temperature = 25 C Value = 712.00 Voltage = 3.48 V Resistance = 4361.85 Ohm
Temperature = 25 C Value = 712.00 Voltage = 3.48 V Resistance = 4361.85 Ohm
Temperature = 25 C Value = 717.00 Voltage = 3.51 V Resistance = 4261.84 Ohm
Temperature = 25 C Value = 716.00 Voltage = 3.50 V Resistance = 4281.73 Ohm
Temperature = 25 C Value = 719.00 Voltage = 3.52 V Resistance = 4222.22 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 719.00 Voltage = 3.52 V Resistance = 4222.22 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 723.00 Voltage = 3.54 V Resistance = 4143.65 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 724.00 Voltage = 3.54 V Resistance = 4124.14 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 725.00 Voltage = 3.54 V Resistance = 4104.68 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 726.00 Voltage = 3.55 V Resistance = 4085.28 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 728.00 Voltage = 3.56 V Resistance = 4046.64 Ohm
Temperature = 26 C Value = 729.00 Voltage = 3.56 V Resistance = 4027.40 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 730.00 Voltage = 3.57 V Resistance = 4008.21 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 732.00 Voltage = 3.58 V Resistance = 3969.99 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 733.00 Voltage = 3.58 V Resistance = 3950.95 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 734.00 Voltage = 3.59 V Resistance = 3931.97 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 735.00 Voltage = 3.59 V Resistance = 3913.04 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 734.00 Voltage = 3.59 V Resistance = 3931.97 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 737.00 Voltage = 3.60 V Resistance = 3875.34 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 737.00 Voltage = 3.60 V Resistance = 3875.34 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 735.00 Voltage = 3.59 V Resistance = 3913.04 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 739.00 Voltage = 3.61 V Resistance = 3837.84 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 739.00 Voltage = 3.61 V Resistance = 3837.84 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 738.00 Voltage = 3.61 V Resistance = 3856.56 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 740.00 Voltage = 3.62 V Resistance = 3819.16 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 740.00 Voltage = 3.62 V Resistance = 3819.16 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 741.00 Voltage = 3.62 V Resistance = 3800.54 Ohm
Temperature = 27 C Value = 742.00 Voltage = 3.63 V Resistance = 3781.96 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 742.00 Voltage = 3.63 V Resistance = 3781.96 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 743.00 Voltage = 3.63 V Resistance = 3763.44 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 743.00 Voltage = 3.63 V Resistance = 3763.44 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 742.00 Voltage = 3.63 V Resistance = 3781.96 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 745.00 Voltage = 3.64 V Resistance = 3726.54 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 744.00 Voltage = 3.64 V Resistance = 3744.97 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 745.00 Voltage = 3.64 V Resistance = 3726.54 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 746.00 Voltage = 3.65 V Resistance = 3708.17 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 746.00 Voltage = 3.65 V Resistance = 3708.17 Ohm
Temperature = 28 C Value = 745.00 Voltage = 3.64 V Resistance = 3726.54 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 759.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3473.68 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 759.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3473.68 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 757.00 Voltage = 3.70 V Resistance = 3509.23 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 757.00 Voltage = 3.70 V Resistance = 3509.23 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 759.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3473.68 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 759.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3473.68 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 760.00 Voltage = 3.72 V Resistance = 3455.98 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 759.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3473.68 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 758.00 Voltage = 3.71 V Resistance = 3491.44 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 760.00 Voltage = 3.72 V Resistance = 3455.98 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 760.00 Voltage = 3.72 V Resistance = 3455.98 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 760.00 Voltage = 3.72 V Resistance = 3455.98 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 760.00 Voltage = 3.72 V Resistance = 3455.98 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 769.00 Voltage = 3.76 V Resistance = 3298.70 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 770.00 Voltage = 3.76 V Resistance = 3281.45 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 770.00 Voltage = 3.76 V Resistance = 3281.45 Ohm
Temperature = 29 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 774.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3212.90 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 772.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3247.09 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 771.00 Voltage = 3.77 V Resistance = 3264.25 Ohm
Temperature = 30 C Value = 773.00 Voltage = 3.78 V Resistance = 3229.97 Ohm
Temperature = 31 C Value = 775.00 Voltage = 3.79 V Resistance = 3195.88 Ohm
Temperature = 31 C Value = 776.00 Voltage = 3.79 V Resistance = 3178.89 Ohm
Temperature = 31 C Value = 775.00 Voltage = 3.79 V Resistance = 3195.88 Ohm
Temperature = 31 C Value = 775.00 Voltage = 3.79 V Resistance = 3195.88 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 780.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3111.40 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 777.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3161.95 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 779.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3128.20 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 779.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3128.20 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 777.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3161.95 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 779.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3128.20 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 779.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3128.20 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 778.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3145.06 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 778.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3145.06 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 777.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3161.95 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 778.00 Voltage = 3.80 V Resistance = 3145.06 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 780.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3111.40 Ohm
Temperature = 32 C Value = 782.00 Voltage = 3.82 V Resistance = 3077.91 Ohm
Temperature = 33 C Value = 779.00 Voltage = 3.81 V Resistance = 3128.20 Ohm
Temperature = 34 C Value = 783.00 Voltage = 3.83 V Resistance = 3061.22 Ohm
Temperature = 34 C Value = 783.00 Voltage = 3.83 V Resistance = 3061.22 Ohm
Temperature = 34 C Value = 782.00 Voltage = 3.82 V Resistance = 3077.91 Ohm

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