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Servo Motor Controlled Analog Thermometer Using Thermistor (NTC) + Arduino

Servo Motor Controlled Analog Thermometer Using Thermistor (NTC) + Arduino

In this project we will make a Servo Motor analog thermometer using a thermistor (NTC: 1Kohm) and controlled by Arduino. You can change the temperature range by yourself. I will use arduino uno in the circuit design program. I use usually arduino mega 2560. You can use other arduino cards.

Materials:


Arduino Uno / Mega x 1
Breadboard x 1
Servo Motor  x 1
1 Kohm resistor  x 1
Thermistor (NTC, 1 Kohm)  x 1
Jumper Cable
Video instructions and code listing available here: Servo Motor Controlled Analog Thermometer Using Thermistor (NTC) + Arduino






 

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