Local Temp with chipKIT and Raspberry Pi

Local Temperature from chipKIT uC32 & Basic I/O Shield sent to Raspberry Pi and displayed on screen via Python
Local Temperature from chipKIT uC32 & Basic I/O Shield sent to Raspberry Pi and displayed on screen via Python

The tutorial we’re sharing today shows you how to take temperature readings via chipKIT uC32 (or Uno32) and the Basic I/O Shield, and send this information to Raspberry Pi, where the sky is the limit with the things you can do. In this particular example, you can display the temperature readings in the GUI via a Python script.

Find the tutorial and more information on the RedAcacia blog.

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