By Brian Mork View In Digital Edition
See how to use the DS18B20 and a Raspberry Pi to generate temperature graphs for monitoring anywhere your Internet connection can reach. I used it to collect data to see how a wood burning stove was heating my house and shed during the winters when I was telecommuting from home.
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Dallas Semiconductor Datasheet DS18B20
Maxim Datasheet DS18B20