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Re: Semi-OT: Temperature/Humidity Sensors
Weather stuff (such as temp and humidity among other things) is handled pretty
well by the One Wire interface.
There are device drivers for it in 2.6, you may want to look into the kernel
docs for a supported one-wire PCI card.
On Monday 10 April 2006 11:58 am, Jim Buitt wrote:
> I've been looking around on Google for this and not coming up with a
> whole lot.. Basically, I'm looking for a reasonably priced (under $200)
> device that measures temperature and humidity that will be used for
> remote monitoring. Most of the devices I've seen are either USB or
> serial, but it doesn't matter to me as long as it works with Linux.
> Most of the devices I've seen have Windows drivers but no (or very
> limited) support for the Penguin.
> Is anyone currently using something like this w/ Linux, and if so could
> they please point me in the right direction? Thanks!
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