Temperature logger using arduino

Simple temperature logger using arduino (°C & °F).

This project is about a simple USB temperature logging system using arduino uno and the serial monitor function in the arduino IDE. The system monitors the temperature every 2 seconds and shows it on the arduino serial monitor. The temperature is shown in °Celsius  and °Fahrenheit. The system is interfaced to the PC through the USB port. LM35 is used as the temperature sensor.

LM35 is three terminal linear temperature sensor from National semiconductors. It can measure temperature from-55c to +150C. The voltage output of the LM35 increases 10mV per degree Celsius rise in temperature. LM35 can be operated from a 5V supply and the stand by current is less than 60uA. The pin out of  LM35 is shown in the figure below.temperature-logger-circuit

Temperature sensor LM35 is interfaced to the Arduino through the analog input pins A0, A1 and A2. Analog input pin A0 is made high and it acts as the 5V supply pin for the LM35. Analog input pin A2 is made low and it acts as the ground pin for the LM35. Analog input pin A1 is set as an input and the voltage output of LM35 is coupled to the arduino through this pin. This scheme is very useful because you can plug the LM35 directly into the analog input female connector and no external connection wires are needed. The arduino board is powered by the PC through the USB cable and no external power supply is needed in this circuit. The USB port also serves as the medium for communication between arduino and PC.

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