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    Is anyone using a Raspberry Pi for monitoring Temp/Humidity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amusjngfungus View Post
    Is anyone using a Raspberry Pi for monitoring Temp/Humidity?
    Great shout but would a Arduino Uno would be more effective at half the price ?

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    I know you can get software for raspberry pi on GitHub that'll do that. You'd probably have to search it out yourself though.



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    There is a thread somewhere with a couple of old members discussing how to do this....
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    Raspberry pi are great fun to play around with.
    I have built a nextcloud server on a raspberry pi 3b+
    so I can access it anywhere in the would ( I attached a 512gb external usb harddrive)

    There's loads of different linux os you install and run on a raspberry pie.

    The reason I said about the Arduino Uno is there a really good tutorial on you tube showing you the basics
    old man alway starts off talking about ice coffee, no sugar none need.

    some really good kits on amazon that will get you up and running
    think its plc ladder training
    and you program in c but it's very basic

    built Christmas lights on a breadboard for the first time was great fun

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