I'm working on v 2.0 of a project which reads 2 thermocouples and sends the results to a Raspberry Pi. It works well enough but it's built on a breadboard and is quite unwieldy.
My primary goal is to shrink the project down by getting rid of the breadboard & Raspberry Pi. This means I'll need to display the temperature on the 2.8 inch touchscreen I already have, connect the thermocouples with a shield which will handle the small signal from them, and add a wifi board.
Is it reasonable to try to put all of this into a smaller footprint given the current ability to stack & interface different boards with one another?
Is a board available to read the thermocouples without having to amplify the signal beforehand?