Arduino is a great device for collecting, storing and transferring data from various sensors but there are times you need to make your data accessible from any place over the internet, like I did for room temperature in my study.
That’s when this solution may come handy.
The solution utilises a cloud-based real time web publishing tool Partcl.com that allows you to publish any data with about 0.1 second latency.
First you will need:
- Temperature sensor TMP102 on sparkfun breakout board
- Arduino Ethernet (which is in fact is Arduino + Ethernet Shield)
- ethernet cable
-power adaptor for Arduino
- Free account on Partcl.com (when registered you will get your publishing and web keys which you will put into Arduino code and in http code on your website)
Step 1: Connect the sensor as shown on the picture.
Image is taken from incredibly good blog http://bildr.org
I often use it as a reference
Step 2: Register on Partcl.com
After registration you will get a publishing key and a web key. You will need them for the next steps.