Temperature-humidity sensor using Raspberry Pi

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lifeofpi55

Joined Mar 29, 2018
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ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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hi 55,
Welcome to AAC.
What sort of help are you asking, programming, hardware wiring etc.
I guess you know that many sites carry the libraries for most modules for Raspberry.
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lifeofpi55

Joined Mar 29, 2018
2
hi 55,
Welcome to AAC.
What sort of help are you asking, programming, hardware wiring etc.
I guess you know that many sites carry the libraries for most modules for Raspberry.
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Thankyou for considering the query.
I would like to know about next initiatives I must take in order to proceed my project. My query is miscellaneous which includes the hardware, software and the wired cnnections.
 

ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
8,873
hi 555,
I would suggest you start building the project hardware, make the inter connections from the pi/shield to the Temp/Hum sensor.
I assume you have suitable power supply for the project, say 5Vdc at 1Amp.?? [ some projects can be powered from the 5V USB cable to PC]
When ready post a diagram of the project, so the we can advise the next step.

Do you have the Raspberry pi IDE program installed in your PC and the USB connection cable.

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Zorac

Joined Oct 9, 2016
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Do you have your pi up and running running? How are you connected to it? Wired Ethernet, wifi, USB, physical monitor and keyboard? Get raspbian running first and a way to work on it.
 

LesJones

Joined Jan 8, 2017
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If you have wiFi on your Raspberry Pi then the simplest solution would be to use an ESP8266 module and a DHT22 temperature and humidity sensor. You will find many versions of this solution on the web. It serves out a web page so all you need on the Raspberry Pi is a web browser program. (Threre is one with an installation of Rasbian.)

Les.
 
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