Introduction: Measure Temperature on the Web With Arduino Ethernet and DS18B20 Sensor
First, I would like to tell you that I am not a programmer. But I love to do new things especially when it is related to electronics. Here I have integrated a webserver to Arduino Ethernet with a temperature sensor attached. Actually the code was prepared by Hans. You may refer to his project at the following link:
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Step 1: Arduino+Temperature Sensor Wiring
Follow the photo (sketch) for wiring your Arduino Ethernet with the temperature sensor. The sketch was prepared by Hens. You can see the other two photos are for my breadboard during the test and my arduino ethernet board.
Step 2: Compile & Upload the Code
Download the the code and modify the Mac address, assign IP address for arduino and what ever changes you want. Compile and upload the code to your arduino board.
Attach the arduino board to your modem.
Go to your web explorer and write your IP address with the port number you assigned for access your arduino webserver. For example: http://192.168.1.102:111
And you are done.
Step 3: My Final Product
Here is my final product. I did not find an arduino enclosure at my local market, so I utilized the electrical box instead :P.
If you have any question, you are most welcome. But please remember, I am not a programmer.
If you have any suggestion for improvement, please feel free.
Have fun everyone !