In Part 1 I showed you how to make a prototype of my Raspberry P 7-segment display temperature monitor board – if you missed that, head back to that post and take a look – it includes a detailed tutorial video on how to put it all together.
In this part, I’ll show you the add-on board that I created using the exact same circuit and parts, all on a Pi-sized EZasPi board from Mikronauts. It fits directly on top of my Raspberry Pi and allows me to keep an eye on the temperature without having to SSH or similar.
My temperatures seem to be fine 99.9% of the time – but what a great bit of geek-chic hardware for the home either way!
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