What is the normal connector that people put at the end of a long cable with a MAX31820 / DS18B20 temperature sensor at the other end? What is the normal connector that people solder to the PCB when they intend such a cable to be plugged into that PCB?
I'm making a PCB that will go inside a small refrigerated box that (among other things) measures the temperature at various "interesting" locations inside that box and the ambient temperature outside the box, and drives a Peltier thermoelectric cooler (TEC) to keep that box at the desired setpoint temperature.
The MAX31820 / DS18B20 temperature sensor at each location are all wired in parallel in a 1-wire bus. There will be multiple sensors. (It's actually 3 wires :-).
My Google searches turn up several pages that seem to say "there is now a standard for connector pin-outs" for the 1-wire bus, but each site's explanation of "the" standard seems to contradict the other sites.
Several different "standard" connectors and pinouts are listed in:
-- each one shows at least 2 different connectors or pinouts on a connector. Is one of these (or perhaps something else) the current de-facto standard?