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Arduino Portable Weather Monitor, Altimeter, Temperature, Humidity, Using DHT11 and BMP85 With LCD Using Only 3 Pins
My only problem is that the code as is makes the output go DOWN in temperature as I increase the temperature on my thermistor. Not sure why.
Thank you so much for sharing! I was having major problems with my thermistor because I didn't have the proper Arduino code that uses the Steinhart-Hart function. Now it shows a much more reasonable temperature! Still needs calibration, but at least it wasn't 400 degrees F in my apartment.
I swapped RT2 and RT1 so the resistance was higher in T2 than in T1. I should calibrate it but I don't have my multimeter on hand at the moment.
Link broke again (empty folder, specifically, after some reorganization). New link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B46P4ekTjBTAeTRaTlFGX2VTUDQ&usp=sharing
Chua's Chaos Circuit
All in One Portable Solar Power Unit: 220V + 12V + 5V + Automatic Battery Charge! ;)