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  1. Library for MSP430 internal temperature sensor usage. This sensor is not very precise but can be used if necessary. You can access source code and see example file here: https://github.com/JFF-Bohdan/msp430intertempsensor Notice, that you can use float values for temperature or int16 (also with decimal part of temperature value). When using int16 temperature will be returned in this way: 23.5 C will be returned as 235 (0xEB) integer value; 54.3 C will be returned as 543 (0x21F) integer value When using float values (on my MSP430G2553) memory usage will be like this: binary sketch size: 7 625 bytes (of a 16 384 byte maximum) When using int16 memory usage will be: binary sketch size: 3 359 bytes (of a 16 384 byte maximum)
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