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Reading temperature and humidity with a PIC micro
posted May 30 2011 20:08.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Raj from Embedded-lab informed me about his latest tutorial that he uploaded the day before. In this tutorial, he explains how can someone acquire data from the Sensirion temperature and humidity sensors SHT11 and SHT75. This tutorial has 2 parts. In the first part, he talks about the sensors themselves, the interface protocol and their characteristics. In the second part he interface both sensors on a PIC 18F2550, and shows the data on an LCD display. Thanks [Raj]

[Link: mbedded-lab]
Tags: humidity   sensors   artistic   theory/tutorial   temperature   robot   pic   microcontroller   lcd   electronic project   

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