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House Temperature Monitor using Arduino

Recently a family member had his furnace fail while he was away from his house for a long period of time in the winter. His pipes burst and caused quite the mess. This project describes a temperature sensor that broadcasts the temperature in his house to the pachube data logging website. This allows him to check on his house from anywhere he has internet access. What is it? This project includes a temperatu ...

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Temperature Displayed on 4 Digit 7 segment using Arduino

In this project I’ll display the temperature in a 4 digit 7 segment display (common anode). The sensor is the cheapest you can find so actually the temperature changes pretty easily which makes the display to show always different temperatures. But the idea is to apply this code to other projects with 7 segment displays that I might do later. if you want to learn a bit more of 7 segment displays you can rea ...

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Temperature Sensor for Shower using Arduino

With this device you diminish the use of water in your house or work. Instead of waiting to see vapor in the shower to get in, this device help you to know when the water its at the temperature you want and you can instantly enter to the shower. In this way you don't waste the water by not knowing when its ready. This device shows the temperature of the water with a led bar (made from 10 leds). The leds get ...

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Build a fully featured Arduino Thermostat

In this post I will attempt to describe the steps I took to build the arduino based thermostat shown in the following videos. The first video was taken when around just half of the coding of the menu system was complete, but gives you a basic run through of the features. This second video shows the completed thermostat with additional features implemented over the holidays, which includes a Total Heat Time ...

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Arduino Temperature Sensor Code

This arduino projects show how to read Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature with LM35 temperature sensor. Instruction; 1) Connect all jumper wire as shown in diagram. 2) Connect LM35 center lead to analog pin 1, make sure ground lead connected to ground and Vs lead to 5V pin. Upload this code to your arduino /*   Temperature Sensor   Reading temperature with LM35 sensor.   Coded by: arduinoprojects101.com */ ...

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Arduino temperature controlled PC Fan

Oscar Gonzalez gives us a simple tutorial for speed controlling a PC FAN and reading a LM35 temperature sensor with an Arduino microcontroller. He covers the use of an optocoupler, PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and reading analog voltages with the Arduino. He even has a video showing the fan speed control in action. This article was submitted by Oscar Gonzalez as part of the “Hobby parts for articles” progra ...

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Online Thermometer using Arduino

One of the projects in Practical Arduino is the "Online Thermometer", which combines an Ethernet shield with a number of DS18B20 1-wire temperature sensors to allow you to read multiple temperatures and make the values accessible using a web browser. In that project I chose a specific model of Ethernet shield that was available at the time from Seeed Studio, mainly because the Seeed guys were clever enough ...

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Make your own programmable thermostat for $66 with Arduino

This project will show you how you can create your own programmable thermostat with temperature probe, an LED readout and ability to remote control outlets. The core of this project is actually a driver for a 4 digit seven segment display. There are lots uses for such a device. You can purchase something called a PID controller for about $120. The parts for this cost me about $66. If you can scrounge some o ...

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Data Logger Project using an Arduino

This is a data logger I made for my class. I couldn't find any instructions that I could use to make the Arduino record the light brightness and the temperature. Then display the temperature and the light value on the LCD then Save it to the SD card Requirements Here are the requirements for the Datalogging shield project (project #1): Collect data from at least 2 sensors write the data at regular intervals ...

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Arduino + Temperature + Humidity

A simple temperature sensor using one LM35 Precision Temperature Sensor , Humidity Sensor and Arduino, so you can hookup on your future projects. The circuit will send serial information about the temperature and humidity so you can use on your computer. I have taken data from my compost. The project is related to an existing product daily dump with which anyone can convert kitchen waste into compost at h ...

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