Advanced Datalogger with ATMEGA328, BMP180, DHT22, BH1750 and sd card

educ8s.tv has published another great Arduino project. It’s a ATMega328 based datalogger able to record temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and light to a SD card.

In this video we build an Advanced Data Logger with Arduino. We use a DHT22 temperature and Humidity Sensor, a Bmp180 barometric pressure sensor and a BH1750 light sensor. The project store the data in a micro SD card and can run on batteries for around 2 weeks.

Six months ago, I built my first data logger using an Arduino Nano and the DS3231 Real Time Clock. I wanted to build an advanced version of it for a long time and when I posted that idea on the website along with many other project ideas, most of the visitors voted to build this project first, so here it is! The Advanced Arduino Data logger is capable of logging, temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and light intensity for about 2 weeks using simple AA batteries. It stores the data on a Micro SD card in a .csv file format in order to be able to import this file to any data processing software afterwards.

Advanced Datalogger with ATMEGA328, BMP180, DHT22, BH1750 and sd card – [Link]

Home Thermostat With Arduino and LCD

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ArisK3 @ instructables.com decided to replace his home thermostat with a DIY one so he build an Arduino based thermostat with big character LCD.

Replacing a standard thermostat (SIEMENS-RAA30 16GR) with a self made, arduino-based, big LCD screen is a fun project.

Home Thermostat With Arduino and LCD – [Link]

Arduino Voltmeter Prototype

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Proto G @ instructables.com has build an Arduino based digital voltmeter that is able to measure up to 30V and it’s using an OLED LCD display.

In this instructable, I’ll show you how to make a simple arduino voltmeter. It can measure voltages in excess of 30VDC depending on how you configure it. The smaller the voltage range you want to measure, the more accurate that your meter will be. This project is going to be apart of a gauss meter that I am making to measure magnetic fields strength as well as magnetic field polarity

Arduino Voltmeter Prototype – [Link]

Portable Ultrasonic Range Meter

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ManosM @ instructables.com has build a portable ultrasonic range meter based on ATMega328 mcu and LCD display.

This device is a small, portable ultrasonic range meter using an ATMega328 microcontroller, an ultrasonic module and a 4×20 LCD for ranging distances in meters and inches.

Portable Ultrasonic Range Meter – [Link]

AC Solid State Relay

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This simple circuit designed around Solid State Relay S216S02 from SHARP. The S216S02 solid State Relay (SSR) is an integration of an infrared emitting diode (IRED), a Phototraic Detector and a main output Traic. These devices are ideally suited for controlling high voltage AC loads with solid state reliability while providing 4KV isolation from input to output.

A solid-state relay (SSR) is an electronic switching device that switches on or off when a small external voltage is applied across its control terminals. SSRs consist of a opto-isolator which responds to an appropriate input (control signal), a solid-state electronic switching device which switches power to the load circuitry, and a coupling mechanism to enable the control signal to activate this switch without mechanical parts. This relay designed to switch either AC load up-to 1KW. It serves the same function as an electromechanical relay, but has no moving parts. Solid-state relays have fast switching speeds compared with electromechanical relays, and have no physical contacts to wear out.

AC Solid State Relay – [Link]

RELATED POSTS

How to migrate from Microchip to Freescale and Why

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Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio has pointed us to this latest article on why to choose Freescale mcu versus Microchip ones:

The task of choosing the best micro for an application is not made easier by the multitude of suppliers you have at hand today, this being the drawback of having so many options. The main competitors on the microcontroller market are Freescale, Microchip, Infineon, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Analog Devices and Maxim Integrated Products. Comparing all of them is done by specialized and dedicated divisions within these companies or within marketing companies. We will only concentrate in this article to prove the superiority of the Freescale solutions over the ones coming from Microchip.

How to migrate from Microchip to Freescale and Why – [Link]

LPG Sensor Alarm

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sameer @ sgprojects.co.in has build a LPG gas detection circuit based on LM358:

LPG gas detection project’s main idea is to implement the security system for detecting leakage of liquid petroleum gas in closed environment. In this project gas leakage is identified by using MQ6 gas sensor. A simple circuit with an Op-Amp IC is powered by a step down transformer and finally the alarm produces on detecting gas.

LPG Sensor Alarm – [Link]

Fobble – A general purpose Wireless Breakout Board!

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Ken Boak has designed a compact board with RFduino Bluetooth Low Energy Module:

This week I have been working on another of my standard footprint 50mm x 50mm boards – it is a general purpose wireless module carrier board:- Fobble. That’s a BLE Fob – for anyone who misses the pun.

In the last few weeks there have been a number of applications arise – that could easily be addressed with an easy to use, generic wireless platform. These have included keyfob or pendant applications – requiring a small coin cell powered board – to a generic wireless board that can be stacked to one of the processor boards to provide wireless connectivity.

Fobble – A general purpose Wireless Breakout Board! – [Link]

RF Probe

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m0xpd @ m0xpd.blogspot.com has build a RF probe on a little PCB board.

Today I finally got round to building a nice little RF probe kit from Rex, w1rex, the Tuna King over at QRPme.

RF Probe – [Link]

ArdLock – Arduino Door Lock

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EswarD2 @ instructables.com has build an Arduino based door lock using Arduino UNO, a keypad and a servo motor.

This a door lock built as fun project.It is quite easy to build and a fun way to learn and improve your knowledge of arduino.I tried to add a 16*2 display but there werent enough GPIO pins on arduino Uno.If You are interested in adding a display you would need an arduino Mega.

ArdLock – Arduino Door Lock – [Link]