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Arduino Temperature and Humidity meter [DIY]
posted April 18 2012 6:23.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Quite some time ago i use the SHT15 sensor to make a humidity and temperature sensor with PIC microcontroller. Here is the same sensor used for this applications, but implemented with arduino and OLED display. Actually he uses the SHT11, but it is more or less the same. Click here to go.

[Link: Plasti Bots]
Tags: arduino   sensors   temperature   humidity   electronic project   diy   avr   microcontroller   
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