Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Mc devkit100a scojkvv1ol
mcThings mcModule120 Dev Kit
We recommend a kit for this example so that you have multiple modules to gather information from (Not required but you will need at least one mcModule, one mcGateway and an mcDongle)
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mcThings mcMod120 Module
You'll need at least one mcModule120 for this project
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mcThings mcGateway110
You'll need an mcGateway for this project
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mcThings mcDongle
You'll need one of these to complete your firmware updates! Be sure to update your firmware to the latest versions before starting
Adafruit - 10K Precision Epoxy Thermistor - 3950 NTC
One of the thermistors we used
U.S. Sensor - NTC Thermistor USP10972
one of the thermistors we used
Hammond- small plastic encosure
You don't have to use this one or even put the module into a case at all
Mfr 25frf52 100r sml
Resistor 100 ohm
to use as a voltage divider
Software apps and online services:
Mcstudio h8lhxdnyfz
mcThings mcStudio
thethings.iO IoT cloud application
Hand tools and fabrication machines:
09507 01
Soldering iron (generic)


mcMod120 hardware information

Code Github
example projects for connecting the mcThings platform to application


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