The Raspberry Pi is a small embedded computing device that you can use for many different software and hardware projects. One of the first projects I did with the Pi was turning it into a device that would measure, record and display the room temperature.
To make the project, you will of course need a Raspberry Pi. I use my old Raspberry Pi model B, any newer one would also work. You also need a DS18B20 temperature sensor and a RRU 4K7 resistor. You can buy the separately, or you can buy the Raspberry Pi YouTube Workshop Kit that also contains both parts.
To connect the temperature sensor to the Pi, I suggest you follow the YouTube tutorial for the kit. You can also solder the temperature sensor and the resistor into one piece and connect it to the Pi using this schema, so the result then looks like this[Read More]