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Good Morning All,

I've did a project for my "OVEN PIZZA" for my home, then I would like to have some advise for the project my ideas is to use:

- ArduinoUno
- Sensor Temperature (which use ?) --> because right now I've use only a DS18B20 but the max temperature is 125 ° and I need at least for to be sure 500°
- Display for display the temperature

Okey, from the code stand-point shouldn't be a big mess, but physically i need to think where put the sensor and inside what for protect it ...

Is there somelse that has already did this kind of project ?

Thanks and have nice week end,
Andrea
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- Sensor Temperature (which use ?) --> because right now I've use only a DS18B20 but the max temperature is 125 ° and I need at least for to be sure 500°

Degrees C, Degrees F or Degrees K?
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IIRC there are some 800C-capable type-K thermocouples on eBay.  You'll need a thermocouple and thermocouple
shield I think.
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Degrees C, Degrees F or Degrees K?

500oC would be pretty crispy y'know.

A type K thermocouple (try eBay for nice stainless steel sheathed ones) and thermocouple amplifier (adafruit.com sells them) would be recommended. You need the amplifier because the signal from the thermocouple is so low that you can only get ~30oC precision without it.
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Degrees C, Degrees F or Degrees K?

500oC would be pretty crispy y'know.


Depends how long he leaves the pizza in the oven smiley-razz
The Arduino can count in microseconds...
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