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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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Arduino Powered Mushroom Environment Control

This is my first Arduino project aimed at helping me with my other hobby which is growing oyster and shiitake mushrooms indoors. In a nutshell, the controller takes in two temperature readings, 1 Humidity reading and 1 Co2 reading and triggers a set of four relays connected to mains power. Intended to be connected to the mains are two heating pads, a sonic humidifier and an air pump (although the choice isn ...

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Introducing Climaduino – The Arduino-Based Thermostat You Control From Your Phone!

Not everyone lives somewhere with central air, or is willing to pay for a Nest or similar "smart" thermostat. The Climaduino is a DIY Arduino-based thermostat designed to control a wall unit A/C. I incorporated both temperature and humidity sensors in order to optimize comfort and reduce energy usage. I then developed a Raspberry Pi-based web interface to control the Climaduino from my phone. This is still ...

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Temperature-Sensitive Infinity Mirro

As per an assignment in my digital multi-media class, I’ve combined two Arduino-related tutorials into a functional object! The result is a pair of infinity mirrors that flash red and blue depending on minute fluctuations in ambient temperature. This is my first experience with Arduino, and my first attempt at building an electronic device from scratch—that is to say, there’s lots of rough edges and things ...

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Arduino Time & Temp Display Shield

Another project I'm working on required a good timer, but the more I read about Arduino, I realized that I couldn't make an accurate timer using an Arduino that was already devoted to other tasks. The Arduino will always lose time if you perform other tasks. The solution was a Real Time Clock module that keeps perfect time and has a battery backup so it won't reset if the Arduino loses power. I like to make ...

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Arduino from Scratch Digital Thermometer

I have loved making projects with Arduinos, but at $30 a piece your projects can get expensive. So I want to show you how you can make your own Arduino from scratch and save money doing it. Make your own Arduino for around $8. For this instructable I show you how to make one on a breadboard and with it make a digital thermometer. Step 1: Parts you need for the Arduino: Full Size Breadboard ($8 adafruit.com) ...

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Arduino Esplora Temperature Sensor

This sketch shows you how to read the Esplora's temperature sensor. You can read the temperature sensor in Farhenheit or Celsius. Circuit Only your Arduino Esplora is needed for this example. Connect the Esplora to your computer with a USB cable and open the Arduino's Serial Monitor. Temperature to send data to your computer from the Esplora Code To send data to your computer, you need to open a serial conn ...

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Multifunction Digital Thermometer using an Arduino

This instructable will show you how to create a multifunction platform with a thermometer, chronograph (count up timer), count down timer, and light display. It is also intended to be a platform for other analog sensors or any other functions you can think of. Multifunction_Digital_Thermometer.zip71 KB Step 1: Gather Materials To build the digital thermometer you will need: - Wire - Altoids tin - Breadboard ...

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Smart Thermal + Arduino

Many times we are  faced with a heat containing coffee and don't  know if the fluid is at  the proper temperature and it is impossible to know just by looking at  the bottle ended up losing time with a coffee that is cold and we get  upset about it. This however  indicates maker by a graph LEDs if the liquid is hot, warm or cold. The LEDs gradually  connect the blue (cold) to red (hot), when there is a heat ...

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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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