[MLB-WIRELESS] Wireless router temp logger?
wiseguy at iinet.net.au
Sat Oct 14 14:47:50 EST 2006
You know, I never thought of that! Good idea.
Andrew Leech wrote:
>Is there a particular reason you need to use that chip? A similar option
>would be to use the DS1624 or similar temperature sensor that uses i2c
>rather than the 1 wire. You can follow these instructions to add i2c to
>a wrt54g: http://www.byteclub.net/wiki/index.php?title=Wrt54g
>I haven't done this personally, but it looks pretty well written.
>This way you wont have to write drivers yourself to get it working, and
>the temp sensor will probably be able to be read with the standard linux
>lm_sensors stuff, as mentioned on the page.
>Paul Jones wrote:
>>I'm trying to find a router + firmware that I can modify to read a
>>DS1820 temp sensor via a 1-wire bus. Just wondering if anybody knows of
>>any links where this has already been done? The only one I have managed
>>to find is this: http://owfs.sourceforge.net/WRT54G.html
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