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9 Jul 2012

raph @ raphnet.net writes:

USBTenki is an electronic project to interface sensors to an USB port for collecting weather related data such as temperature. The firmware supports many different sensors and interfaces. It is up to you to decide what your USBTenki will support.

USBTenki: USB Temperature sensors and more - [Link]

28 May 2012

 

Tools used:

  • U-EC6 USB Emulator Debugger
  • RF-2410M
  • RF-2410U
  • SHT11 Digital Humidity & Temperature Sensor
  • Battery Holder
  • Plastic Enclosure

Wireless USB Temperature & Humidity Datalogger - [Link]

17 Apr 2012

Arduino Temperature Humidity Sensor @ PlastiBots – [via]

The projects I do tend to fall in one of two buckets – either proof-of-concept (so I can learn new stuff) or items that have some sort of functional use. The need for this project came about when my wife was prodding me about the humidity in the house and whether our humidifier was doing it’s job correctly. Most people would just go out and buy a temp / humidity sensor and be done with it. However, if you have a look around here, you will see that I don’t fit that mold. Instead, I decided to build an accurate temp / humidity sensor with a Sensiron SHT11 to read the values, a RBBB Arduino kit to process everything and an Adafruit 128×32 OLED to display the results – all wrapped up in… LEGO! Read on for more…

Arduino Temperature Humidity Sensor - [Link]

4 Feb 2012

coremelt.net writes:

This piece of hardware enables you to connect a number of TWI sensors to your PC via USB. At this moment the board supports one SHT11 and up to 8 DS1621. These sensors can measure temperature (DS1621) and relatvive humidity (SHT11). A PC client is capable of writing the data into a MySQL database. The data can then be visualized with Gnuplot using the plotting tool, providing a multitude of options.

USB sensor board - [Link]


29 May 2011

Sensirion’s SHT series of humidity sensors provide fully calibrated digital readings for relative humidity and temperature. This tutorial explains how to interface two of these sensors (SHT11 and SHT75) to PIC microcontroller.

Humidity and temperature measurements with Sensirion’s SHT1x/SHT7x sensors – [Part1]+[Part2]

30 Nov 2010

This project is a wireless temperature and humidity sensor with USB interface based on obdev’s RemoteSensor example and their firmware-only USB implementation. The main change is the replacement of the analog sensors with a Sensirion SHT11 digital temperature and humidity sensor. The sensor unit consists of an ATTiny45 microcontroller, a SHT11 sensor, and a hoperf RFM12 868 MHz transceiver module. Check details on the link below.

Wireless temperature and humidity sensor with USB interface – [Link]

29 Oct 2010

This project is a Digital clock that is able to show time in both a LCD display and in LED display binary output. It also has a thermometer and a hygrometer able to show relative humidity and absolutely humidity. It is build around Microchip PIC16F917, a RealTimeClock Maxim DS1305 and Sensirion SHT11.

Digital & Binary clock with thermometer & hygrometer – [Link]

27 Oct 2010

This project is a Temperature and Air humidity logger with LCD display based on PIC16F876A microcontroller, a EEPROM memory 24LC512 (64×8 kbites), a Dallas DS1307 RTC and a RS232 voltage adaptation circuit. Sensor is SHT11. It is able to measure and store temperature and relative humidity sensor without a PC. It has enough memory to store measurements for 3 years. It also has user-friendly menu for configuring the parameters, preview mode for viewing non-saved measured values, and is able to transfer saved data to PC using RS232 interface via a specific software.

Temperature and air humidity logger with LCD display - [Link]

29 Sep 2010

This project shows how to build a data logger for humidity and temperature using the SHT11 or SHT15 sensor. This is a full digital sensor connected to AT90S8535 AVR microcontroller.

SHT11: Digital Temperature and Humidity Sensor - [Link]

3 Mar 2008

remotesensor-2.jpg 

An improved version of obdev’s RemoteSensor reference project. Since it is based on Sensirion’s SHT11 sensor chip, no calibration is required and the transmitter is much simpler and smaller. [via]

RemoteSensor 2 - [Link]



 
 
 

 

 

 

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