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Nuts & Volts Magazine (January 2014)

Build a PIC-Based Remote Temperature Sensor

By Ryan Clarke    View In Digital Edition  

You can never have too many remote sensors, right? This circuit lets you set up a homemade weather station to monitor the most popular of all parameters: temperature.


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Temperature Sensor Transmitter Code and Temperature Sensor Receiver Code.