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June 8, 2016 AT 2:46 pm

Simple Temperature & Humidity Webpage Display with HIH6130 Sensor, ESP8266, #Arduino Code

It doesn’t get much simpler than this – a few boards, documented code, and an instructable with all the steps provided. Thanks to forums user batman420 for sending this in.

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few weeks back i started to work on Huzzah and i made a web app which will read humidity, temp and will display on a web page. i am using arduino IDE to program ESP8266 huzzah. also using an I2C sensor to obtain humidity and temp. lot of people are asking about I2C sensor interface with ESP8266 Huzzah, so I thought i should share with you guys.

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