So far, I am able to get the temp sensing to work on the EZ430-RF2500 and RF2500T. I am also able to get the RF2500T to communicate with the servo. However, I want the RF2500T to do both, but it only does one of those two things (i.e. either the temp sensing works or it communicates with the servo;
it doesn't do both at the same time). I put both projects (temp sensing and servo) in the IAR Workbench, but when I compile and run both projects,
the RF2500 and RF2500T only shows the output of the last project I run.
I also want to add a user input for the temp sensing. Would that be possible on the temp sensing monitor,
or would it be better to use a thermostat to connect with the RF2500T? Finally, I would like to have two of the microcontrollers to communicate with
each other (i.e. one sends the temperature the user inputs and the other receives that temperature).
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