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Test if cold air enters from your windows
posted November 27 2014 18:53.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This interesting instructable uses four thermistors to determine if cold air rushes from a window. The idea is that it gets relative temperature measurements and compares the results with an Arduino board. If cold air rushes in, there will be a detectable temperature difference. Very nice idea.
Find the schematics and code in this link

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