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Temperature and relative humidity logger with the chipKIT Uno32

Posted on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 in dev boards, how-to by DP

Here is another chipKIT Uno32 tutorial on a PC-based temperature, and humidity logger. The examples are simple enough for electronics novices to get started.

This project is about building a PC-based temperature and relative humidity logger using the chipKIT Uno32 board and the DHT11 sensor. The project setup requires no additional wires (other than the USB cable) and components; the DHT11 sensor is directly plugged into four I/O pins of the Uno32 board and the project is ready to go.

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