Arduino Bot tweets temp/humidity updates

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While testing out various sensors, Steve from Hackshed.co.uk thought it would be fun to make the Arduino actually tweet out what the current status of our office is. “The Arduino records the current, minimum, maximum and temperature change as well as humidity and then sends out a tweet to a Twitter account with an update every 15 minutes.” The project uses an Arduino Uno/Leonardo, Ethernet Shield and mini-breadboard holding a DHT11 Digital Temperature/Humidity Sensor with 5K pull-up resistor. The code incorporates the Arduino Adaftuit DHT Library and
Arduino Twitter Library.

For more details visit Hackshed.co.uk.

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