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This application uses the temperature sensor and LCD RGB display from the Grove Starter Kit (Intel IoT Edition) to get and display the current room temperature. I used the Galileo Gen 2 board and the Arduino IDE to come up with the application using just a few lines of code. Pretty simple and ideal for a beginner like me!

What you need:

  1. Intel Galileo Gen 2 board
  2. Grove - Temperature sensor
  3. Grove - LCD RGB backlight display

Assembly:

  1. Connect the Grove - Temperature Sensor to the A0 port on the Base Shield
  2. Connect the Grove - LCD RGB backlight to the 12C port on the Base Shield
  3. Connect the Galileo Board to the a power supply of about 7 - 15V
  4. Upload the given code on your Arduino IDE
<p>Getting this error:<br><br>Display_Temperature.ino:3:21: fatal error: rgb_lcd.h: No such file or directory</p>
<p>Hi, did you install the starter kit libraries?</p><p><a href="https://github.com/Seeed-Studio/Sketchbook_Starter_Kit_V2.0" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Seeed-Studio/Sketchbook_Starter...</a></p><p>If not, follow this instructable:</p><p><a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Installing-Grove-Library-for-Intel-Edison/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Installing-Grove-L...</a></p>
It work! Thanks for your sharing!
<p>Nicely done. Thanks for sharing this!</p>
<p>hi. i have the error</p><p>compilation terminated.</p><p>exit status 1</p><p>Error compiling for board Intel&reg; Galileo Gen2.</p>
<p>Works perfect! If your RGB LED backlight doesn't display text, change the input voltage to 5V from 3.3V.</p>

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