does not know they exist! Nonetheless, with the use of J4
and/or J5, a computer, the PICAXE programming software,
and a bit of know-how the reader can re-program the
PICAXE for their own unique application.
One possibility is to include controls for a heater so
that the room temperature doesn’t drop below freezing.
Another possibility is to use the remote reading sensor to
keep track of outside temperature for a more even and
comfortable indoor temperature. Since the 28X1 can
handle a 4,096 byte program and only 710 is used in the
initial design, there is plenty of room for ingenuity! NV
CONTACT THE AUTHOR
Tom Fox can be reached at email@example.com
or at his websites at www.magiclandelectronics.com and
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