A network of RS-485 smart temperature sensors

Cerezo, Luis Alberto
August 1999
Electronic Design;08/23/99, Vol. 47 Issue 17, p81
Trade Publication
Describes a network of smart temperature sensors. Components of the network nodes; Computer used as the network master; Block diagram of the temperature sensor cards; Detection of hardware error; Electrical isolation of the system to provide noise immunity in industrial applications.


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