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    Arduino nano 33 BLE One wire with DS18B20

    mispplaced
    sorry
    Ale
    Last edited by Ale-X; 05-13-2020 at 02:21 PM.

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    Hello Ale,

    I'm afraid you are on the wrong forum.

    This is about Teensy by PJRC, a (way more powerful) alternative to Arduinos which is built upon different hardware.

    You may want to post your question to the official Arduino forum.
    Or maybe purchase a Teensy or two and join us!
    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/

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    oups , yes, sorry i've misplaced the question
    too many forums today
    sorry

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    No problem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XFer View Post
    Hello Ale,

    I'm afraid you are on the wrong forum.

    This is about Teensy by PJRC, a (way more powerful) alternative to Arduinos which is built upon different hardware.

    You may want to post your question to the official Arduino forum.
    Or maybe purchase a Teensy or two and join us!
    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/
    i'll consider that option also but
    still making some research i've been regarding tensy
    they look fare more powerfull!!!
    so besides posting questions in the right forrum I have a lot to learn!!!

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    You're much welcome to peek around and ask! We strive to be helpful.

    I started with Arduino and have a deep respect for the founders. Wish Arduinos all the best.

    But Teensy is so incredibly powerful, I just had to jump boat.
    Very easy to use too: you can still use Arduino IDE and all the libraries and syntax you're used to.
    Moreover, Teensies (expecially the little LC) are power efficient and versatile.

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