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A version of the OneWire Arduino library with MAX31850 support
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OneWire library for Arduino with MAX31850 support ------------------------------------------------- ================================================================= This version is based on V2.0 from pjrc but with MAX31850 support ================================================================= Version 2.0 fixes search bugs (thanks to Robin James) and interrupt issues. http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_OneWire.html This is a slightly modified version of the OneWire library originally written by Jim Studt for arduino-0007 and later updated for arduino-0008 by Josh Larios. This new version eliminates the large lookup table that was previously used by the checksum calculation - otherwise it's identical to Josh's version. It was developed under arduino-0010. For a general description and links, see http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Learning/OneWire Jim Studt's original verion of this library is still available at http://www.federated.com/~jim/onewire/ Josh Larios' version is available at http://www.elsewhere.org/onewire/ To install this library, you should just have to unzip the archive in the arduino-0010/hardware/libraries directory. It will create a subdirectory called 'OneWire'. Tom Pollard email@example.com May 20, 2008