Weather Monitor

This Instructable shows you how to build a micro-controller based weather monitoring device. Built on the Arduino Uno board it can easily be extended and modified should you have additional sensors at hand. Main requirements: - Measure temperature (accuracy +/- 0,5 degree Kelvin) - Measure barometric air pressure (+/- 0,1 Pascal) - Display measured values on a LCD on demand by pressing a button Main compone ...

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Real-time room temperature on your Website using Arduino

This is how to push high resolution real-time data from Arduino-based temperature sensor to your web page without any server-side coding. Arduino is a great device for collecting, storing and transferring data from various sensors but there are times you need to make your data accessible from any place over the internet, like I did for room temperature in my study. That’s when this solution may come handy. ...

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Temperature Sensor 2 0

Overview This board allows you to use a thermistor to measure the temperature of something. It is designed to be used to measure things in the range of 100C - 300C, but with the proper calibration and resistors, it can be adapted to any temperature range you need (under 300C). If you need something that can measure temperatures above 300C, you should look into the Thermocouple Sensor. You'll need a solderin ...

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Technical Details of Logging Seawater Temperature

Block Diagram This diagram shows the basic components required for collecting temperature readings from seawater and transmitting the data to a base station where it can be collated into a database for analysis. To the left is a schematic of 10 temperature sensors, spaced 1 metre apart and immersed in seawater to a depth of 10 metres. This is connected to an Ardiuno Uno microprocessor which has been program ...

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Store Arduino data to Firebase database [Howto]

The last few weeks I was playing with Firebase mostly because I wanted to get familiar with this technology. So at some point I thought that it will be a great idea to connect Arduino with Firebase. Imagine that you have a simple temperature sensor that measures the boiler’s water temperature every few minutes and you want to keep a history log of it in order to make some adjustments to thermostat. If you a ...

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Arduino Weatherstation

At University, Alexander Zenger and I decided to realise a weatherstation with an Arduino Microcontroller. We wanted to measure temperatur, pressure and humidity. It should be also possible to get every 5 min a value update on an external server. Our basic idea was to develope a weatherstation which is easy to use with different technologies (Smartphone, Internet, Microcontroller, …). It should also be poss ...

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Web Server with Two Temperature Gauges

This project consists of two temperatures that are measured by the Arduino using two MCP9700 temperature sensors An Arduino Uno and Ethernet shield are set up as a web server that hosts a web page to display the two temperatures on two gauges. The web page is stored on a SD card that is plugged into the micro SD card socket on the Ethernet shield. A web browser is used to display the two temperature gauges ...

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Arduino Sous-Vide Cooker

Sous-vide cooking allows you to precisely control the temperature of cooked food (how "doneness" is measured) by immersing it in a carefully controlled water bath. It's possible, but seriously difficult, to do this just with a thermometer and a pot on the stove... but if you have an Arduino do all the hard work for you, you can literally "set it and forget it."Materials: - Arduino microcontroller (I use the ...

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Arduino Tiny Temperature Shield Project

In this Arduino project, you will build a small shield that measures temperature and will switch on one of three LEDs depending on the current temperature measurement. Each LED can be set to switch on in a predefined temperature range. The PC software for the project is written in the Processing language and displays the current temperature, temperature history on a graph and the status of the three LEDs on ...

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Temperature Sensing with Arduino

As part of the CanSat Primary Mission, we need to measure temperature.  For this our starter kit has given us an Arduino Uno R3 micro-controller, as well as some resistors and an NTCLE101E3 NTC Thermistor. The thermistor is a special kind of resistor that changes its resistance with temperature.  In our case we have an NTC, or Negative Thermal Coefficient thermistor.  This is just engineering speak for “the ...

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YAHMS: Temperature Probes

My wireless temperature probes work by using an Xbee module to transmit readings from a TMP36 down to the Arduino base station. The XBees aren’t too cheap, coming in around £19 or $23 so I tried to be cheap and ordered mine from Sparkfun, I bought this XBee (series 1) with Chip Antenna and these breakout boards. I was intending to solder the module directly onto the board and didn’t take notice of what Spar ...

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How to Build a LM35 Temperature Sensor Circuit

In this project, we will demonstrate how to build temperature sensor circuit using a LM35 sensor. As a temperature sensor, the circuit will read the temperature of the surrounding environment and relay thi temperature to us back in degrees celsius. The IC we will use to measure the temperature is the LM35 IC. We will integrate this with the arduino to measure the temperature. The arduino will then read this ...

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