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Old 06-24-21, 03:08 PM   #4
castlusion
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They are using raspberry pi 3 to read temperature and humidity in some garden build I am sure swapping the code you could read 2 temperatures if you wanted record and send to computer. they hook then right off of the pins with a resister to get it in the ranges they want. pie 3 boards and equipment have gone down in price sense pi 4 is out. Good luck on your project.
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