I recently was given a Raspberry Pi 3 kit, and also a package of temperature probes that are two wire with a plastic male connector. I haven't come across any wiring diagrams or images of how I might be able to connect one to a breakout board specific to RPi 3, and test its output.
I'm looking for some guidance as to how this might be done. I've had no problems coding DS18B20 in python or C, and the other sensors I've tried were 3 wire. I've also worked through modprobe w1 tutorials for DS18B20 without problems either.
I don't quite understand how you get the signal, 5v power, and ground set with just the two wires. I considered perhaps power/signal shared a wire, but I'd have no clue about such things, and don't want to damage my RPi3 device. I'm a total noob when it comes to sensors! Coding I can deal with.
These are 5v devices as I understand the documentation.
I do have a project that would make fairly good use of this type of probe, but I'd like to learn how to connect these to a Pi board for prototyping.