RF Temperature Sensors to Ethernet

This project has been the study of an house indoor and outdoor temperatures. In particular the original goal was to make a tool with simple installation and low maintenance.
ORIGINAL POST
By Michele Carfora
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Arduino Uno
X 1
Arduino Ethernet shield
X 1
LED
X 2
a coil wire for the antenna
X 1
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This project has been the study of an house indoor and outdoor temperatures. In particular the original goal was to make a tool with simple installation and low maintenance.

 

This project has been the creation of a receiver in conjunction with a certain numbers of transmitter using radio frequency at 433 MHz. Thanks to this inexpensive solution, both in terms of power and money, now I have a system that give me the possibility of collecting temperature but also every physical quantity I would detect: voltage, humidity, open doors, etc.

The transmitter is made of the following components:

  1. ATMEGA328P-PU with Arduino bootloader
  2. Crystal 16MHz
  3. 2 22 pF ceramic capacitors
  4. RF433 Tx module (you can buy all 4 components in kit)
  5. 1 battery holder for 3 batteries
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