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This is a super sensitive, precise sensor for just 35 dollars (for example here at adafruit) It tells you the temperature too. I adapted this from my tutorial ...
1 Arduino 1 SHT11 Humidity Sensor (There are two data sheets, there is the sensirion one, and the parallax one) A few wires a breadboard 1 USB
At first I found this hard to tell what needed to hook up to Arduino. Using the datasheet from Parallax was eventually the most helpful for me. (see ...
Download the library from https://github.com/practicalarduino/SHT1x Move Sht1x folder into Documents/Arduino/Libraries Restart Arduino Under File-->Examples, you should see SHT1x Open it (called ReadSHT1xValues.pde) Upload the sketch,
Temperature: 25.4199981689C / 77.8459930419F. Humidity: 23.45% Temperature: 25.4399948120C / 77.8639984130F. Humidity: 23.45% Temperature: 25.4799957275C / 77.7919921875F. Humidity: 25.12% Temperature: 25.4599990844C / 77.8999938964F. Humidity: 27.65% Temperature: 25.3600006103C / 77.7739944458F. ...
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