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Therm: a Tiny PID Controller

Therm: a Tiny PID Controller

by Ethan Zonca @ protofusion.org:

Therm is a very small PID controller with an OLED display, thermocouple interface, and USB port. It can switch an external solid-state relay for driving large loads, or a transistor for driving small loads. When attached to a computer, it enumerates as a USB serial port for easy control and logging of data. The design is based around a STM32F0 microcontroller and the MAX31855 thermocouple-to-digital IC (note: an RTD version of therm is in the works).

Therm: a Tiny PID Controller – [Link]

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