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How I Build My Own Temperature Sensor

Creating the Sensor

First of all, I developed a small sensor that measures the temperature. Yeah, there already exist many resources on how to create the sensor. But the most problem is, that most of the resources must work with a USB cable. For me not practicable. So I decided to modify the harder so fit my needs.

Here is my part list

  • 1 x ds18b20 (Temperature Sensor)
  • 1 x Wemos d1 mini
  • 1 x Lipo 3.7V (12000 mah)




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Sascha Peter Bajonczak

Sascha Peter Bajonczak

Father, Developer,IOT passionist and urban beekeper 🍯🐝

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