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Revision as of 15:42, 26 July 2012


Getting Started

Checking the Contents

You should have received:

  • A PhidgetTemperatureSensor 1-Input
  • A Mini-USB Cable

In order to test your new Phidget you will also need:

  • A Thermocouple with stripped end

Connecting the Pieces

  1. Connect the thermocouple to the input terminal block on the 1051. Make sure that the thermocouple ground wire goes into the ground terminal (-). For example, if you are using a 2007 - Phidget K-type Thermocouple, the white wire is the ground wire.
  2. Connect the 1051 to your PC using the Mini-USB cable.

1051 2 Connecting The Hardware.jpg

Testing Using Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7

Make sure you have the current version of the Phidget library installed on your PC. If you don't, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Quick Downloads section on the Windows page
  2. Download and run the Phidget21 Installer (32-bit, or 64-bit, depending on your system)
  3. You should see the Ph.jpg icon on the right hand corner of the Task Bar.

Running Phidgets Sample Program

Double clicking on the Ph.jpg icon loads the Phidget Control Panel; we will use this program to ensure that your new Phidget works properly.

The source code for the TemperatureSensor-full sample program can be found in the quick downloads section on the C# Language Page. If you'd like to see examples in other languages, you can visit our Languages page.

Updating Device Firmware

If an entry in this list is red, it means the firmware for that device is out of date. Double click on the entry to be given the option of updating the firmware. If you choose not to update the firmware, you can still run the example for that device after refusing.

Double Click on the Ph.jpg icon to activate the Phidget Control Panel and make sure that the Phidget Temperature Sensor is properly attached to your PC.

1051 2 Control Panel Screen.jpg
  1. Double Click on Phidget Temperature Sensor in the Phidget Control Panel to bring up TemperatureSensor-full and check that the box labelled Attached contains the word True.
  2. Select the thermocouple type (In this example, we're using a K-Type thermocouple)
  3. Touch a source of heat (light bulb, candle or lighter flame) with the thermocouple probe and watch the Thermocouple temperature increase.
  4. The potential value will also increase as the thermocouple temperature increases.
  5. The ambient temperature gives you the board temperature.
  6. You can adjust the data sensitivity by moving the slider pointer.
1051 2 Temperature Screen.jpg

Testing Using Mac OS X

  1. Go to the Quick Downloads section on the Mac OS X page
  2. Download and run the Phidget OS X Installer
  3. Click on System Preferences >> Phidgets (under Other) to activate the Preference Pane
  4. Make sure that the e Phidget Temperature Sensor 1-Input is properly attached.
  5. Double Click on e Phidget Temperature Sensor 1-Input in the Phidget Preference Pane to bring up the TemperatureSensor-full Sample program. This program will function in a similar way as the Windows version.

Using Linux

For a step-by-step guide on getting Phidgets running on Linux, check the Linux page.

Using Windows Mobile / CE 5.0 / CE 6.0

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Technical Details

For more information on thermocouples, check out the Thermocouple Primer.

API

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Functions

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Events

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Product History

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