There are plenty of examples out there of temperature logging systems but I wanted to create my own and keep it nice and simple. The other thing I wanted to try out was logging the data to the internet using a third party service. I’ve done it before using my own website based databases but that is a little bit more involved.
So here is my attempt at a basic temperature “Internet of Things” device that hopefully will help others get started or form the basis for a project.
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