I ran into this GitHub article on counterfeit DS18B20 sensors. Basically the "jellybean" temperat...
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asked on November 22, 2019 16:29
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I ran into this GitHub article on counterfeit DS18B20 sensors. Basically the "jellybean" temperature sensor that comes in waterproof probes. I usually get mine in small quantities from Adafruit but this raises some questions for making kits in bulk.
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