Doğukan Sahil
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LM35 Temp Monitor with ATmega328 & OLED

LM35 sensor with ATmega328 and OLED for stable, real-time temperature monitoring, suitable for education and environmental applications.

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LM35 Temp Monitor with ATmega328 & OLED

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Microchip ATmega328P
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Grove - OLED Display 0.66" (SSD1306)- IIC - 3.3V/5V
Seeed Studio Grove - OLED Display 0.66" (SSD1306)- IIC - 3.3V/5V
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General Purpose Dual Op-Amp
Texas Instruments General Purpose Dual Op-Amp
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Buzzer
Buzzer
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Linear Regulator (7805)
Linear Regulator (7805)
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Software apps and online services

Arduino IDE
Arduino IDE

Hand tools and fabrication machines

Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)
Solder Wire, Lead Free
Solder Wire, Lead Free
Mastech MS8217 Autorange Digital Multimeter
Digilent Mastech MS8217 Autorange Digital Multimeter

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Schematics

Prototyping

Prototyping

Sheet

This project, developed for a homework assignment, reflects specific requirements and choices guided by educational goals. The LM35 sensor was chosen for its simplicity and accuracy in temperature measurement. The ATmega328 microcontroller serves as an effective and accessible tool for processing sensor data, widely used in educational settings. The LM358 amplifier is utilized to ensure signal stability, crucial for precise readings. The addition of an SSD1306 OLED display allows for real-time temperature monitoring, enhancing the system's practicality. These components were selected to balance ease of use, affordability, and educational value, making the project suitable not only for academic purposes but also for anyone interested in basic temperature monitoring applications.

PCB

This project was developed as a homework assignment for the Biomedical Devices and Artificial Intelligence. The main objective was to read data from an analog sensor capable of generating values between -10mV and +10mV, using the ADC feature of a microcontroller. The LM35 temperature sensor and the ATmega328P microcontroller were employed. An LM358 operational amplifier was integrated as part of the project. The selection of these components was aimed at amplifying and filtering the sensor output before providing data to the microcontroller. The design was tailored to handle both positive and negative outcomes.

PCB Finish

Credits

Doğukan Sahil

Doğukan Sahil

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Genetics and Bioengineering BEng 👨🏻‍🔬 Biomedical Engineering M. Sc. Student 👨🏽‍🔧 #multidisciplinary

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