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wyx2000

I am thinking a on-site arduino and temp sensor and connect to ethernet since I can have a cable from my hub to the place.

Thanks

o_lampe

You could use labview or profilab expert to import data;process and store them in excel format for instance. Then process them further in excel if needed.
It's not my fault when my Posts are full of Errors. This stupid autocorrection from my browser is set up for german grammar.

wyx2000

Thanks,  software side doesn't bother me much. I just need more info on the hardware side.

Do I just need a Arduino mother border, a ethernet shield and a DHT11? do I need do some wielding? or just wire connects?

And I heard DHT11 is not stable for temperature connection, any idea in that?

RIDDICK

i like to use a LM35 solderd to an ATtiny13, which talks via a single cable...
the LM35 needs an analog pin and is quite accurate...

that should work with an arduino and UART/Ethernet, too...
-Arne

wyx2000

ATtiny13 is cheap, it is good if it works, could you give me more info about LM35+ATtiny13 and talks to PC?
Thanks

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