Second MCU address for temp sensor

In my printer config I have a second MCU defined as shown below.
When I setup the first MCU’s temp I can see it in fluidd.
I can’t figure out how to point to the second MCU’s temp.

[mcu XBRD] # This is the second MCU
serial: /dev/serial/by-id/usb-Klipper_stm32g0b1xx_1C0050000250414235363020-if00

[temperature_sensor mcu_temp] # Works
sensor_type: temperature_mcu
min_temp: 20
max_temp: 70

[temperature_sensor XBRD_temp] # Does not work
sensor_type: temperature_ ???
min_temp: 20
max_temp: 70


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MCU / Printerboard:

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What does that mean. Error, crash… ?

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[temperature_sensor XBRD_temp]
sensor_type: temperature_mcu
sensor_mcu: XBRD

Sineos, Thanks that worked.

I had read the Configuration reference [temperature_sensor] before posting but I still don’t understand what " sensor_mcu: XBRD" is. Is it a pin assignment, virtual pin assignment? I don’t see anything in the pin aliases in the config file. I notice that the first MCU doesn’t need it to work.

EddyMI3D - this is a syntax question. My printer.cfg file would not load or load and point to the wrong temp depending on what I was trying. My klippy.log was to big to attach without zipping so I just copied the pertinent part of the config file.

The [mcu] section is always Klipper’s main MCU and does not need any further mentioning in the config. This means all pins, settings etc that do not explicitly mention a MCU relate to this

Any other MCU needs to be named and referenced as such. Also pins etc need a reference to such a MCU.

Like fan1 vs XBRD fan1.
Thanks for the help.

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