Adafruit.io WipperSnapper Adds No-Code Support for the DHT20 Temperature and Humidity Sensor
You now can use the DHT20 Temperature Sensor with Adafruit.io WipperSnapper for pressure and altitude measurements, all without the need for writing a single line of code! This little sensor looks an awful lot like the popular DHT11/DHT22 temperature and humidity sensors, but unlike classic DHT sensors, it has an I²C interface! That’s right, you do not need to use a bit-bang timing-specific protocol to talk to the DHT20, it uses plain-old-I²C.
With WipperSnapper, you can effortlessly connect various components and sensors to any of the 20+ supported development boards to build an internet-connected electronics project. The best part is that you can configure and control these sensors from the web using Adafruit IO, all without the need for programming.
Within Adafruit IO, The DHT20 setup is the same as the AHT20. Therefore, the guide for the AHT20 (linked below) will also work with the DHT20.
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