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Arduino based Temperature and Humidity/Humidex meter with DHT22 sensor and color LCD [Project]
posted March 21 2014 4:06.32 by spic0m




This project consist of Arduino board, serial TFT LCD 128×160 display, DHT22 sensor and obviously bread board and jumpwires.

Project features:
Temperature measurements : -40 13 125° C, +/- 0.2° C
Humidity measurements : 0 13 100% , +/- 5 %
Update rate 2 s
Humidex("describe how hot the weather feels to the average person, by combining the effect of heat and humidity." ) is calculated based on measurements
Humidex digits color varies and represents affect on humans.
Black and white display themes.
TFT serial LCD display (ST7735 controller)

A 128×160 resolution display from ICStation is used. It comes as module ready for mounting on a bread board and also have SD card slot.



[Link: electronicsblog.net]
 
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