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Wireless Temperature Sensor using RF Transmitter/Receiver

Posted August 8, 2013 by Chris

“A while back, I did a wireless temperature sensor project using XBee radios….So I decided to try the same project using inexpensive RF devices. I used a 434MHz transmitter ($4) and receiver ($5) from Sparkfun, and had great success with these cheap devices. I also used a simple LM34 Fahrenheit temperature sensor, two Arduinos, and a two-digit LED display to show the temperature at the receiver end.”

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