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From the Forums: Greenhouse DataLogger – A First Project! #Arduino

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Congrats to jverhagen for completing your first project and sharing about it in the
Adafruit Forums:

Many thanks to the Adafruit team for excellent libraries and others on this board for posting excellent questions. I was able to resolve any problem I came across through research. With this site and well as a few others I was able complete this project on spare time, less family and job constraints, in about 8 weeks. This project was started because I needed a way to log the min/max temperatures in the green house to see if any additional cooling was required. It kind morphed into something bigger.

Design goals

  • easy reading of the display in sunlight,
  • show past temperatures with date and time
  • record the temperatures/humidity in x minute intervals

The following items were purchased to make it happen.

  • Blue Character OLED 16×2, ID:823
  • AM2302 (wired DHT22) temperature-humidity sensor, ID:393
  • GA1A12S202 Log-scale Analog Light Sensor, ID:1384
  • BMP180 Barometric Pressure/Temperature/Altitude Sensor- 5V ready, ID:1603
  • Adafruit Assembled Data Logging shield for Arduino, ID:1141
  • White Enclosure for Arduino – Electronics enclosure (1.0), ID:271
  • 3 Capacitors 100nf for hardware de-bouncing
  • 3 10K resistors
  • 3 Push Buttons

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