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The DS18B20 is referred to as a 'one wire' device. It will work just fine ( I use them on a regular basis). Simply connect it to the ardunio as described, include the appropriate library and it will work just fine.
*Be certain to use the pull up resistor on the data line!!!! * I have found that not doing so can ruin the DS18B20!
There is a very clear set of instructions for using it here -> https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/TheGadgetBoy/ds18b20-digital-temperature-sensor-and-arduino-9cc806
Hope that is helpful....
The actual component that I show on the Fritzing diagram is a ZS-042 RTC1 which uses the DS3231 chip. What shows on the diagram (breadboard) for me is as follows:
RTC SCL -> UNO A5 (analog in)
RTC SDA - > UNO A4 (analog in)
RTC VCC -> UNO 5V
RTC GND -> UNO GND
RTC 32K -> No connect
RTC SQW -> No connect
The other side of the ZS-042 connects to the lcd display as follows:
RTC SCL -> LCD SCL
RTC SDA -> LCD SCA
RTC VCC -> LCD VCC
RTC GND -> LCD GND
Hope that helps...
The .fzz files are associated with a program called Fritzing which you can find there -> http://fritzing.org/download/
Very handy and cross-platform.
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