Advances in temperature control for microelectronic measurements
Keywords:Embedded system, Arduino, Peltier, Temperature control, PID command
This paper introduces an electronic temperature control system with the objective of delivering a functional prototype that is both cost-effective and capable of rapid and accurate performance. Intended for utilization in research laboratories for precise temperature control during electrical measurements, this device employs a 10-bit embedded system to implement the PID algorithm. The electronic schematics and results of this controller are discussed and compared to those of an earlier 8-bit controller and a standard laboratory regulator. Initial assessments focus on regulating the temperature of a photovoltaic junction to ascertain its intrinsic electrical characteristics. The results obtained vividly illustrate the extent and magnitude of the benefits conferred by this innovative device.
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