Humidity and Temperature Logging From Your Pi or Beaglebone Black to the Cloud! We’ve updated our DHT Humidity Sensing on Raspberry Pi or Beaglebone Black with GDocs Logging guide for compatibility with Linux CircuitPython Libraries. You’ll be using CircuitPython_DHT, a DHT-sensor library which can run on either a Pi or BeagleBone without extra configuration or setup.
Time to start exploring more sensors with the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone Black! Today we’ll be checking out the DHT11, DHT22 and AM2302 humidity and temperature sensors available from Adafruit
Once we have our libraries installed, we add the fun of CPython3 to update a google spreadsheet live with the temperature/humidity data. This project would be the great basis for home or garden automation!
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