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DHT11_2S0A

DHT11_2S0A

DHT11LIB V2S0A Is an Arduino Library designed specifically to work with the DHT11 Sensor, completely re-written to be Arduino 1.0 and Versalino Compatible. It features built in unit conversions, easy to use readouts, and automatic Dew Point calculations.
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PURPOSE: Measure and return temperature & Humidity. Additionally provides conversions.

LICENSE: GPL v3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)
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HISTORY:
Joseph Dattilo (Virtuabotix LLC) – Version 2S0A (27 May 12)
-Rewritten to with more powerful Versalino functionality
Joseph Dattilo (Virtuabotix LLC) – Version 0.4.5 (11/11/11)
-Made Library Arduino 1.0 Compatible
Joseph Dattilo (Virtuabotix LLC) – Version 0.4.0 (06/11/11)
-Fixed bugs (squish)
Mod by Rob Tillaart – Version 0.3 (28/03/2011)
Mod by SimKard – Version 0.2 (24/11/2010)
George Hadjikyriacou – Original version (??)

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4 Responses to “DHT11_2S0A”

  1. Eric July 11, 2012 at 9:00 am #

    I am interested in it. Could you explain with a real example how does it work, other components (hardware and softare) needed?

    • Joseph Dattilo July 18, 2012 at 9:50 pm #

      The DHT11 communicates using Pulse Wave Modulation over a single digital pin. As such it can work on just about any micro controller that can be programmed to parse the data out.

      As it stands there are two devices that I know of with verified functional libraries for the DHT11. One of them is this library for the Arduino/Versalino (any Arduino Compatible board will work just fine), and the other is for the Netduino (https://www.virtuabotix.com/reference/index.php?title=DHT11_Basic_Netduino_Code).

      As long as you have a 5V rail and a Micro-controller you should be set to use this device, but be sure to let me know if you need any help getting started!

      Respectfully,
      Joseph Dattilo

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