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Using Stellaris Launchpad as a Thermometer

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Thanks a lot for sharing, as a begginer (myself) it´s going to be a huge help, I´m using KEIL but it was very simple to port it, worked in the first try. 

:)

 

Simao

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Thanks nemetila, for your code!

 

I hooked it up to a raspberry pi, and it has been measuring the temperature of my room more or less for two months now.

This is what it looks like now:

 

temp.png

 

Summer's almost over here! :)

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Just a simple question which pop into my mind. Since we are using the internal temperature sensor here, wouldn't that display the core temperature. Then most probably it will show a higher value right? 

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Just a simple question which pop into my mind. Since we are using the internal temperature sensor here, wouldn't that display the core temperature. Then most probably it will show a higher value right? 

 You are right. The core temperature is higher than the ambient temperature because of the power consumption of the chip. That's why I used the hibernation module: in most of time the MCU is in hibernation.

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Hi Mortiz, could you share the code you used to display the temperaturee values on your Bluetooth SPP terminal? I am trying to do the same thing on my stellaris but I'm running into a lot of problems

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Someone requested the C# source code files. I uploaded my full solution

to here: https://www.sugarsync.com/pf/D7111974_784_008747413

 

I am sorry but the source code is not commented at all, and may contains errors.

(This is my first project in C#).

 

Hello,

 

The C# source code files are no longer available in SugarSync. Can you upload them again?

 

Cheers,

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