Ever wanted an excuse to learn Arduino, but don’t want to learn C/C++? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered.
Part 2 of the series, Building An Arduino Powered BBQ Thermometer, builds on the lessons that you learned in the first article. It takes you from blinking lights in to the world of championship BBQ cooking! Or, at least, the ability to monitor temperatures with your Arduino and report on the results with – you guessed it – an LED (though it doesn’t blink this time). You’ll learn what a “thermistor” is, how to hook it up to your Arduino, and what you need Johnny-Five to do, to read data from it and make decisions based on temperatures.
Part 3 of the series, Arduino: Show Me The Temperature!, completes the series by adding an LCD display to the BBQ thermometer. You’ll go from a binary signal LED to a complete thermometer with both Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature displays!
Want To Learn More? Maybe Some Robots, Too?
This book isn’t published yet. In fact, it’s not even started yet. Before I get down to writing it and releasing the first version, I need to know that there’s enough demand to make it worth my time. If you’re interested, be sure to let me know by signing up on the Leanpub page for the book. You will receive notice of the book being published, if I do end up writing and publishing it.
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