Cloth Iron Controlled By Mc9rs08ka2

 This application note shows it is possible to use an extra
low-cost Microcontroller in everyday equipment
unaffected by any significant changes for a long time.
A cloth iron was chosen because it has a temperature
control implemented using reliable mechanical bimetal,
but with a big hysteresis and without any special
emphasis on accuracy (there may be temperature drifts of
about 30°C or more).
Much better temperature control CAN be obtained using
an embedded control system.
For a cloth iron, this means some Temperature Sensor a
cheap and simple MCU, and a powerful Triac as an
actuating device.
In this application, the new low-cost MCU
MC9RS08KA2 a member of the RS08 family of 8-bit
microcontroller units (MCUs), is inexpensive.
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