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October 16, 2015 AT 12:00 pm

How to display sensor values on a smartphone with #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


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From instructables user vshymanskyy:

This time we will display some sensor values (DHT11 in example) on the Smartphone using Blynk App.
You will need:

  1. Raspberry Pi with internet connection
  2. Temperature and humidity sensors: DHT11 or DHT22 or AM2302
  3. Jumper wires

Full instructable


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