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Old 01-17-2017, 10:50 AM   #100 (permalink)
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I agree slowing down the readings would be a good idea. There is no reason to read as fast as they will. For now, this is for testing, so I think it'll be fine. I don't see coolant temps fluctuating where I'll get any kind of oscillations. They'd really have to fluctuate a lot for that to happen. If by chance that is an issue, I'd like to know about it during testing.
You won't need to worry about wild temperature swings to see oscillations.



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I've not delt with sleep functions. I know there are several levels of sleeping. If you guys have suggestions I'm all ears.
You'll likely want to have some periodic interrupt source in order to utilize sleep, and you'll probably want to use SLEEP_MODE_IDLE. I'd suggest using the timer2 overflow interrupt with a clock prescaler of 1024. That'd give you an overflow frequency of slightly over 61 Hz (that is, assuming a 16 MHz processor speed).
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