Monitor your temperature and display it using Arduino and LEDs via instructables
This is a really fun Arduino project that will read the temperature, send it to the Serial Monitor in Arduino IDE and according to the temperature it will adjust the number of LEDs that light up. It is really easy to put together and the programming part does need some skill,but I have provided the code so you can just follow along.
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