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[wxsig] A little more help - or - pointer needed

John Koster w9ddd at tapr.org
Mon Oct 23 03:03:02 UTC 2006


Bill, 
I thought both the Dallas Semiconductor and the AAG WX stations came with 
the 1-wire to RS232 adapter.  Or did AAG make it optional?   Or perhaps 
you've lost track of yours like I have.

On Sun, 22 Oct 2006, John Bennett wrote:

> Hey Bill,
> 
> The 1-Wire utilities I am speaking of should be available on the Dallas
> (now Maxim) site under software development, SDK or something of the
> like in the 1-Wire area. It's not easy to find - it's like they tried to
> hide it or something. They are not part of the utilities that Will
> provides.
> 
> AAG also has a serial adaptor. Might check them out. As I last remember,
> Maxim doubled or trippled the price on the RS-232 adaptor. Add in the
> shipping and you wind up paying $30-$40. They have a reliability problem
> as well. That's why I included the circuit in the X1W-1. I developed a
> stand-alone prototype, but never really gave much thought to providing
> it as a kit. If there's ***sufficient interest***, we could probably do
> that.
> 
> If you can't find the zip package let me know. I believe I still have
> the Win32 stuff around somewhere. If you are using Linux, have that one
> for sure.
> 
> John
> n4xi
> 
> On Sun, 2006-10-22 at 14:08 -0700, Bill Hosking wrote:
> > I just spent some web time poking around for the 1-wire utilities (I have 
> > mono8 and the latest .s19) but came up mostly empty.
> > Since I do not have one, it looks like I have to go out to Maxim and buy the 
> > 1-wire serial adapter. However I never found tstfind or tsthumid programs. 
> > Links would be appreciated.
> > thanks
> > bill 
> > 
> > 
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-- 
73,
John, W9DDD





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