Monitor temperature and cook-time of a food dehydrator or slow cooker with Pidrator #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


Great build on GitHub by lalligood:

Using a Raspberry Pi, I want to be able to control & monitor either a slow cooker or food dehydrator. To ensure best results, a digital temperature sensor & PostgreSQL database are configured so I can log data about each cooking task.

The Raspberry Pi will be controlled one of two ways: either a web interface for remote access and/or a GUI (access by a screen hardwired to the Raspberry Pi). Since I am new to programming with python, I am trying to leave my options open but will reassess this decision later in the project.

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