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Bluetooth Low Energy Wireless Thermometer

remote temperature display on your smartphone

Based on a Labs project | September 2013 | Find it here
Bluetooth Low Energy Wireless Thermometer
This outdoor thermometer in a waterproof case uses Bluetooth Low Energy 4.0 (BLE) to communicate with a modern touch-screen phone: iPhone 4S (or later), Android 4.3 (or later), by means of a self-contained BL600-SA module designed by Laird. There are no (other) active components, everything is in the mini-module which is programmed in… BASIC!
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Component List
R1 = 10kOhm 0.1%*
R2 = 12kOhm*
R3 = 150Ohm
R4 = 1kOhm
R5,R6 = 10kOhm
10 kOhm thermistor CTN B57891S103F8 (2112816)
C1,C2,C3 = 100nF, 0.2” pitch
LED1 = LED, 3mm
MOD1 = BL600 module (Laird Technologies)
JP1 = 3-pin pinheader
JP2 = 2-way socket e.g. Molex (9731148)
2 jumpers
K1 = 6-pin pinheader
S1 = miniature pushbutton (1555985)
CR123A* battery holder (1650670)
16 PCB pin sockets
Enclosure, Multicomp type G302 (1094697)
PCB # 140190-1
Ready assembled Bluetooth 4.0 thermometer, Elektor Store # 140190-91
* see text
Numbers in round brackets are Farnell / Newark order codes

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