NEW GUIDE CircuitPython BLE Multi-Temperature Monitoring @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #bbq
This new guide will show you how to monitor multiple remote temperature sensor probes on the CLUE’s display using the iBBQ Bluetooth Low Energy protocol! Plus, you can run the bonus “boiling point elevation” kitchen science experiment.
Are you doing a lot of slow cooking or smoking in the BBQ? Or perhaps you’ve got sourdough proofing on the counter and another in the oven? If so, you may find yourself looking to monitor a number of temperatures all at once.
Wireless Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) temperature sensors are a great way to do just that, and now we can use the iBBQ protocol to display multiple temperature probe values simultaneously on the CLUE’s display!
These affordable and easy-to-use temperature probes are designed to work with an app – but with a little CircuitPython, we can even read these probes into a microcontroller board for transfer over wifi, long term data storage, or analysis.
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