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    Unhappy Uh Oh!

    Ummmm, say someone was stupid enough to connect the wrong wires from sensors to the FB?
    What if I connected the output (Vout) of the temperature sensor to the Ground of the FB, and the Ground of the sensor to the Input of the FB?
    Would it harm the Fusion Brain board?
    Would it harm the sensors?

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    Connecting the input of the FB to ground does nothing.

    Connecting the output of a sensor to ground can harm some sensors, but it shouldn't harm the temperature sensor. It's pretty resilient.

    Neither scenario will damage the fusion brain.

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    i've done the same with my temp sensors and it caused no problems.
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    Thanks.

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