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Build a wireless indoor and outdoor thermometer using Arduino #Arduino

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Instructables user Slomi posted this useful project on how to build a wireless indoor and outdoor thermometer using an Arduino! Via Embedded Lab.

I would like to introduce you to one of my interesting projects. It is a wireless thermometer that measures the indoor and outdoor temperature. The device consists of two parts. One is a transmitter that contains one digital temperature sensor and a transmitter module. A second receiver consisting of an LCD screen, the analog sensor and receiving module.

You need:

1. Two arduinos any version

2. DS18B20 digital temperature sensor

3. LM35 analog temperature sensor

4. LCD 16×2

5: RF 433MHz or 315 MHz module

See the full tutorial here!

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