Measure And Display The Ambient Temperature With Pmod Tc1
About the project
This project will show how to measure and display the ambient temperature using Pmod TC1 with Arduino Uno
Estimated time: 1 hour
License: GNU General Public License, version 3 or later (GPL3+)
Items used in this project
In this project, Pmod TC1 is used to measure the temperature of the air and display it on the Serial monitor. To control the Pmod, an Arduino UNO is used, which also sends the data to the computer.
The Digilent Pmod TC1 is a cold-junction thermocouple-to-digital converter module designed for a classic K-Type thermocouple wire. With Maxim Integrated MAX31855, this module reports the measured temperature in 14-bits with 0.25°C resolution.
To communicate with the peripheral device, SPI communication protocol is used, which is made simpler by the usage of the Adaruit_MAX31855 Arduino Library. Data is displayed one measurement in a line, temperature in °C.
As the Pmod is not 5V tolerant, Pmod LVLSHFT is used to convert the voltage level of the signals. The direction switches should be switched towards the Pmod in the case of signals SCK and CS, and towards the Arduino in the case of the MISO signal.
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