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DS18B20 – Resistor Module – parts defined November 4, 2019

Posted by rik94566 in 1-wire, agponics.com, aquaponic devices, aquaponics electronics, auqaponics automation, DIY aquaponics, DS18B20, ds18b20, Electronic Componets, indoor aquaponics, internet of farming, Internet-of-Farming, IoT aquaponics, One-wire, rik kretzinger, rik.diy.IOT, rik94566.
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Working with the resistor module is making things much easier and a lot less work on my part.  I am liking what I am seeing from a development standpoint and can see a real time savings that will deliver consistent results.  First step is understanding what is found on the board and which end goes with which connection.



1. Anthony Monreal - January 13, 2020

Interesting stuff I would like to work with you on a project please email me at anthonymonreal13@gmail.com

rik94566 - April 1, 2020

thanks – i will reach out to you and see what you have in mind.

2. Caleb - April 10, 2020

Good to see you’re still working on this. With everything going on in the world right now we could all use a little more self sufficiency.

rik94566 - August 28, 2020

For sure and I am at the point that I can start to scale faster.

3. P. Jones - May 28, 2020

I have access to a farm and many areas to scale this if you’re interested. Please contact me.

rik94566 - August 28, 2020

Hi – thanks for your interest in my projects and offer of a farm and land. Land for me has never been an issue because I have access to all the land I would ever need at little to no cost. The issue has really been a lack of time and electronics knowledge to get to the point that I can scale faster. So thanks, but I will need to decline at this point and hope you well in your efforts.

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