DS18B20 Temperature Sensor with Raspberry Pi - REUKcouk
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Temperature Sensing and Control using Raspberry Pi
0/2/2012I'm looking to buy some temperature sensors for my Raspberry Pi. I don't have much experience with buying sensors. What interface should I use? I2C, usb-serial, something else? I was thinking of I2C because i would not need any extra devices. This is wat i've found allready: LM 75Temperature Sensor But this sensor has a accuracy of 2 degrees
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Building a wireless temperature sensor with a Raspberry Pi
The DS18B20 and DS18S20 represents a very simple sensor. These Raspberry Pi sensors are addressed via the so-called 1-wire bus. An advantage is that many different 1-wire components can be connected in series and read out by a single GPIO.
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The Bill Of Materials (BOM): 1) Raspberry Pi Model B 2) Case 3) SD Card 4) Temperature/Humidity sensor 5 ) Power Supply (I use PoE splitters, but any 5V 1A Micro-USB supply will work) I used the following exact parts, but obvious substitutions can be made to …
Adding a temperature sensor to my Pi 2 - element14
/30/2016Raspberry Pi DS18B20 Temperature Sensor Tutorial Find out how to set up and program the DS18B20 digital temperature sensor on the Raspberry Pi. The nice thing about the DS18B20 is that it only
Adafruit's Raspberry Pi Lesson 11 DS18B20 Temperature Sensing
Sensors - Temperature with the 1-Wire interface and the DS18B20. Before building this circuit, you must turn the Raspberry Pi off. The circuit will be using a ‘ground’ (GND) pin to act like the ‘negative’ or 0 volt ends of a battery.
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The DS18B20 sensor has three pins which are connected as follows. Note that the sensor has a domed side and a flat side - make sure you have it the right way round (i. e. flat side towards the pi in the breadboard setup shown below). Pin 1 connects to GND Pin 2 connects to GPIO4 on the Raspberry Pi