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Display Temperature Humidity and Pressure on a Nokia 5110 LCD [Project]
posted September 18 2014 18:53.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Its a very well built project and you can make it yourselves. Using a Sparkfun Arduino Pro Mini 168 - 5V/16MHz, he interfaced the DHT22 humidity sensor and the BMP180 Digital pressure sensor from Bosch. Then he displays the readings (Temperature Humidity Pressure) to a Nokia 5110 LCD.

He also includes a link in dropbox with the arduino sketh files, schematic, gerber files, stencil files, Bill of Materials, and a raw kicad folder.



[Link: R&TPreppers]
 
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  • At 21 January 2015, 7:39:57 user aishwarya wrote:   [reply @ aishwarya]
    • i want to interface a program on humidity and display it on nokia 5110 arduino wen connected to arm cortex FRDM-K20D50M












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