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hi everyone...
my name is anoop mishra....
i am very new arduino and electronics... i want to create temperature and humidity sensor project...
could any one help to how to begin and what are the steps for the same ....

dannable

Beginners guide to using the Seeedstudio SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield


ma7730

I highly recommend this tutorial. It will get you up and running on the temperature sensing side of things. As for humidity, like the others have said you should look up the sensor you use. Then you can pretty much do exactly what the code does for the temperature sensor for the humidity sensor.  ;)

tkbyd

The Dallas 1-Wire devices are well worth learning about... although they don't offer a "simple" answer to reading humidities. A humidity sensor-for-1-Wire is available from...

http://www.hobby-boards.com/store/products.php?product=Humidity{47}Temp

SerialQ

hi everyone...
my name is anoop mishra....
i am very new arduino and electronics... i want to create temperature and humidity sensor project...
could any one help to how to begin and what are the steps for the same ....
well, a little bit more information about what you are planning to do will bring more precise answers.

I also think you should start with DHT Sensors. You should choose the Sensor to fit the need of your projects.
Ther are DHT 11 (cheap but not accurate) DHT21 and DHT 22 (more accurate) availabel.
You can also get a library for that type of sensors which will include some exaple-code.
So coding with those sensors will be straight forward...

Follow me on my adventures and see how I´m reinventing the wheel.
visit my blog
[http://serial-q.blogspot.co.at]
or see my instructables
[http://www.instructables.com/member/SerialQ]

CatweazleNZ

Hi

Have a look at the Recent Climate and Climate for Week web pages on my Home Automation system at http://www.2wg.co.nz

Is that the sort of thing you are after?

I use DHT11 and DHT22 sensors.

Some of the source code is available and I plan to release more.

Cheers

Catweazle NZ.

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