Now and again we see our products "out in the wild", and another example has been reviewed by a popular video blogger My Hobbyelectronics - who demonstrates how easy it is to display data gathered by an Ethernet-enabled Arduino board onto a webpage. In this example he uses our TEMP: digital temperature sensor for a source of useful data.
This can be a simple framework for monitoring all sorts of sensors from a distance over the Internet. Doing so is incredibly simple thanks to the examples included with the Arduino Ethernet library, and with our EtherTen board the physical size of the required equipment is reduced as well. Check out the following video to see how it's done:
Kudos to Nick once more for another interesting video. For this and other interesting videos related to the Arduino, Raspberry Pi and technology world - subscribe to Mr Hobbyelectonics' YouTube channel. And for more, we're on facebook, twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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