Monitor your living room temperature remotely using DHT-11, ESP8266 WiFi module, and Blynk.
Project in progress by Cmtelesann
Making a big digital wall clock using Arduino Mega 2560, 5054 LED strip, DS3231 RTC, IRFZ44N MOSFET transistor, and aluminum profile.
Project tutorial by Deep_Sky
This project will show you how to use temperature and hmidity (DHT11 and DHT22) sensors with an Arduino card.
This combines a two-axis joystick, a three-axis accelerometer, and two buttons into one package.
Hi Shaik, you can do that too! I am working on something similar. I will soon post it here,
Hi Ivknap! Thanks for your comment.
I have done that to control a heater at home. It works great! I will soon post it here.
sorry for the very late reply. You don't need a resistor connected to the DHT as long as it has it's own board. Like mine has.
It might fail sometimes due to issues with the wiring, PC comm port and so on. The ESP i have used is very difficult to work with. I would recommend to get a NodeMCU ESP instead. Much quicker and easier to program. I will soon post it here.
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