The OneWire protocol which in fact needs two wires (data and ground) is fantastic for many reasons: you can have a very long cable (250 feets), you can have multiples of devices on this cable and with a simple code you can poll those devices to get temperature, voltage, switch position, wind speed, etc.
This protocol was developed by Dallas Semiconductor (now Maxim-IC). Many flavors of devices can be connected to an OneWire port. You can see them at Maxim (http://www.maxim-ic.com/1-Wire.cfm) web site!
- Cable can be long
- Devices take their power from the data line
- Multiples devices can be used on the same cable
- Each device has is own ID (48 bits serial number)
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