Raspberry Pi Temperature Sensors
How to setup a raspberry pi with multiple DS18B20 (temperature) sensors.
- Raspberry pi 3
- Micro SD-card
- 1 (or more) DS18B20 temperature sensors
- 1 breakout board (so you won't have to fiddle with a resistor and bread board)
- Jumper cables (female <-> female)
This is my personal setup. There's probably tons of different ways to get this done but here you have my take on it:
1) Initial setup of the Raspberry pi
2) Connect temperature sensors
Connect your sensors to the raspberry pi following this youtube instruction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7LLVkPpQ78 . Notice that DS18B20 sensors uses the "Dallas 1-Wire protocol" which means that you can connect multiple sensors in parallel.
3) Download the python scripts
Having completed the step above you should be able to get data from the sensors. Now you can download the scripts in this repository and place them somewhere suitable on your raspberry pi. You can do this by installing git on the pi, or simply by doing some "cut and paste" if that is your taste.
Open the file
config.json and add the folders and names of each sensor you have connected to the pi. You can choose any name you want for each sensor, you find the folder of each sensor in
/sys/bus/w1/devices/ (taking for granted that everything have gone smooth on step 2 in this tutorial).
Now you can either call
$ python temp_monitor.py, to get a nice presentation of each sensor and its temperature reading, or cal JADJADJA to upload the data to a web server.