Posts Tagged temperature humidity sensor

Gadgeteer Home Automation System

Posted by Marco Minerva In this post I want to describe how to create a Home Automation System that puts together many of the modules and source code we talked about on this blog during the past months. In particular,  we’ll create a Gadgeteer device that uses touch screen capabilities of Display T35 to provide access […]

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Connessioni XBee con device .NET Gadgeteer (Italiano)

By Mike Dodaro, translated by Marco Minerva from the original English version Le schede XBee hanno un costo estramamente contenuto e possono essere integrate in qualsiasi tipo di device. Il loro raggio di funzionamento supera quello delle connessioni Bluetooth. L’articolo Zigbee Networking with XBee Series 2 and Seeed’s Products fornisce una rapida introduzione alle funzionalità di XBee. Il libro di Robert Faludi intitolato Building Wireless […]

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XBee Radios in .NET Gadgeteer Devices

XBee radios are inexpensive and they can be embedded in all kinds of devices.  XBees can be networked so that a failure of one radio does not impar communication between and among others in the network.  Their range exceeds that of Bluetooth connections.  The article Zigbee Networking with XBee Series 2 and Seeed’s Products provides a quick overview of XBee […]

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Seeed Temperature Humidity Sensor with OLED Display

The modules available for .NET Gadgeteer now include some interesting modules by Seeed Studio.  This example uses two of them: Temperature Humidity Sensor OLED Display The application code is very simple, as shown in the following block. Note: Don’t use higher voltage than needed to drive components.  Excess power is dissipated as heat.  After running this example for […]

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