Homemade BBQ Thermometer has Multiple Sensors, OLED Screen, NeoPixel Ring for At-a-Glance Readings, Transmits Data via WiFi to Blynk App
This project looks great – and so too does the food cooked with it. The sanded-finished enclosure is a nice touch too, as are the magnets for mounting the device on and resin (?) for mounting all the
I built my own BBQ thermometer.
There were many designs and hardware designs. It was not easy to bring all my wishes together.
I am very satisfied with my first prototype.
Two meat temperature sensors (up to 300°) and one fixed grill temperature sensor (up to 600°) can be operated.
It can transmit data via WiFi to a smartphone or a mobile display and send push notifications, you can see a temp chart for long grill job on the smartphone, it will output audio voice messages, it has an OLED display and an digital LED ring over which you can quickly see the core temperature status from a further distance, it has a non-slip bottom and has magnets for mounting the Thermometer on metal objects.
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