Introduction: Display Temperature Using Intel Galileo

Picture of Display Temperature Using Intel Galileo

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

Comments

rbanga (author)2015-08-08

Getting this error:

Display_Temperature.ino:3:21: fatal error: rgb_lcd.h: No such file or directory

AngelaS5 (author)rbanga2015-08-10

Hi, did you install the starter kit libraries?

https://github.com/Seeed-Studio/Sketchbook_Starter...

If not, follow this instructable:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Installing-Grove-L...

zncook (author)2015-05-19

It work! Thanks for your sharing!

seamster (author)2015-04-13

Nicely done. Thanks for sharing this!

kittylover296 (author)2016-06-01

hi. i have the error

compilation terminated.

exit status 1

Error compiling for board Intel® Galileo Gen2.

jaypaul95 (author)2016-05-15

Works perfect! If your RGB LED backlight doesn't display text, change the input voltage to 5V from 3.3V.