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Member #127351

Member Since: March 29, 2010

Country: United States

  • I bought an Arduino Mega and downloaded LabVIEW trial and the LabVIEW interface for Arduino. I had ZERO electronics experience, i did not even know what a capacitor is or what it does.. I didnt understand I2c or anything about volts/watts/etc.
    I was able to build a weather station that records humidity, temperature, dust level and light level with very professional looking gauges and graphs in LabVIEW. It took me less than 2 weeks which is not bad considering i know almost nothing about this stuff.. I'm a huge fan of LabVIEW now and have not run across anything like it yet.
    If anyone knows something even comparable to LabVIEW please let us know.

  • I've got far more than $4 worth of use out of these clippers. If you need to cut wires, extra solder off boards, etc, etc these will do the job just fine. If you're looking for something to cut with scientific accuracy, maybe a $4 pair of clippers is not for you...

  • No, this is an air sensor and has corrosive parts.

  • Argh! :) Been banging my head against this device for months now and i can't get it to work in LabVIEW with an Arduino for the life of me. If anybody has this TMP-102 working in LabVIEW can you PLEASE post a link showing how you did it?

  • Awesome, this is a top shelf idea, thanks!

No public wish lists :(