In this lesson we are working towards a portable temperature and humidity sensor using the DHT11 sensor and an LCD display. In order to facilitate a more practical portable system, we are using an arduino nano, since it can be plugged directly into the breadboard.
You can get the kit I am using for this series at the following link:
I strongly suggest picking up an arduino nano, since it can plug directly into the breadboard, making a portable system more practical. You can pick one up here:
As projects get more complicated in these lessons, you guys really need to get a set of breadboard jumper wires which allow you to make neater connections on the board in your projects. You can pick a pack of these wires up here:
In addition as projects get more complicated, you are going to need a bigger breadboard. This is a reasonable one here:
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I am Paul McWhorter from toptechboy.com and I will be putting together a series of tutorials on use of the Arduino microcontroller.