techrm @ instructables.com has a tutorial on a nice thermohydrometer: These 7 steps will drive you through the “construction” of a thermo-hygrometer with clock on Arduino UNO. Data and time, humidity and temperature will be shown on a LCD 16×2 display .If you have purchased a LCD display and want to know how to properlyRead More
I have had an old laptop lying around the house for several years now. It works ok, but very slowly and it was time to scrap it for parts. This is the perfect opportunity to build my own Raspberry Pi computer. All you need are a few parts and some time to make it work.
Since the launch of the very first Raspberry Pi, more than 12 million units have been sold. In November 2015, an entry-level addition to the family called the Pi Zero was announced. Now, a wireless-ready Zero has been released – the Pi Zero W.
Raspberry Pi turned 5 years old on Tuesday, and to mark the occasion, the foundation announced a new member of the family, the Raspberry Pi Zero W, and a case to go with it. Raspberry Pi Zero W adds wireless LAN and Bluetooth capabilities to tiny computer's growing list of capabilities. Priced at just $10, the device is affordable for anyone who wants to take the Pi for a test drive.
As an IoT (Internet of Things) shop, we love working with new technology and creating fun useful side projects. We have worked on everything from a temperature sensor for the office, to a boost controller for a Subaru WRX. So when one of our staff was working on a theater room for his house, we were more than ready to lend a hand with a fun IoT project!
I have a friend that owns a business with 2 walk in coolers storing perishable ingredients she needs to use. Occasionally she has issues with the coolers getting warmer than they should due to mechanical breakdowns. On one occasion, the cooler broke down on the weekend when no one was around and she lost some of the food. I built a temperature monitoring and alarm system using off the shelf Acurite Freezer - Refrigerator temperature sensors with a Raspberry Pi set up to intercept the RF signal from the temperature sensors and send an email if the temperatures were out of bounds.
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