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Simple electric imp temperature logger

Posted on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 in 3D Model, hacks by DP

2014-01-09 10.20.27

Marcus Olsson of Slickstreamer made this simple electric imp temperature logger with 3D printed case:

I build this temperature logger for my father as a christmas present so he can use his phone to view the temperature at home. The device is build from a electric imp, TMP102 temperature sensor, battery and a charger. It loggs the data to thingspeak.

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