Temperature Monitoring with Pi-Cubes/Raspberry Pi

Temperature Monitoring with Pi-Cubes/Raspberry Pi

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Temperature Monitoring with Pi-Cubes/Raspberry Pi

This is an example project tutorial how to use Pi-Cubes Universal Input Modules to monitor temperatures using the Raspberry Pi and Pi-Cubes products. Using modular concept of the ...

This is an example project tutorial how to use Pi-Cubes Universal Input Modules to monitor temperatures using the Raspberry Pi and Pi-Cubes products.

Using modular concept of the Pi-Cubes it is possible to monitor up to 24 Temperature Sensors.

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Complete Pi-Cubes System with six UI4 Modules.

Next Pi-Cubes components are used: 

  • Pi-Cubes Main Board
  • Pi-Cubes UI4 Modules ( from one up to six modules)

 

Wiring

Pi-Cubes Universal Input Modules supports 10K Type 2 NTC Sensors. They are simple resistive sensors that are connected directly to the Pi-Cubes Universal Input in the Resistive Mode.

Please visit our web site for more more Information.

 

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Wiring Example

 

Sensors

Different type of temperature sensors supported by Pi-Cubes: 

  • Duct Sensors,
  • Pipe Strap On Sensors,
  • Pipe Immersion Sensors,
  • Outdoor Sensors,
  • Space Temperature Sensors.

There are some of temperature sensors suppliers:

Resistive type of sensors compatible with Pi-Cubes are “10K Type 2”. 

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Duct Temperature Sensor

 

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Pipe Strap On Temperature Sensors

 

Software

Sensors are supported by Pi-Cubes Node-RED SDK, please follow instruction on our bloghow to install our SDK on the Raspbian or download complete image from our web page.

To read temperature there is readUI Node in the Node-RED Pi-Cubes folder. 

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Node-RED Flow that reads Temperatures using duct sensors.

 

 

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readUI Configuration Screen

 

 

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