From Jim Stewart's article " Temperature Gauge Project"
Use this board to build a temperature gauge that ranges from 0°C to 50°C using a thermistor in an analog circuit. Why use a thermistor? Two words: temperature transducers. Along the way, we will look at various ideas such as how to linearize a thermistor, the effect of thermistor self-heating, and zero and span adjust in a gauge.
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