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Im working with a project Solar Dryer Prototype. I am using DHT11 sensor so that i can determine the air temperature and relative humidity inside the chamber. Another data that I will going to get is the moisture content of the samples. That's my problem on how to get it. I want to sum up all the data read by the dht11 sensor.. I have no idea on this matter.
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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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Where's your code?
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dht11+arduino+tutorial
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Samples of what?
How are you determining the moisture content prior to drying?
Example: A saturated sponge weighs 10 oz. . Say it's weight is a combination of 8oz water and 2oz sponge material.
So when it has 50% of it's moisture content removed it will weigh 6 oz. .
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