Posts Tagged ‘Nanode’

I wrote last week about re-establishing my Nanode based temperature monitoring in anticipation of some cold weather. It came, though it’s not as cold as it was last year (when I was seeing -7.5 being recorded):   It’s clearly warmer in the garage than it is outside, where there is snow lying on the ground. That’s […]

It’s almost a year since I built my Nanode thermometer, and it looks like another really cold snap is headed towards the UK – perhaps snow over the weekend. I’ve not had it set up for a little while, as the TMP36 sensor was reclaimed for a project that put Scratch and an Arduino together […]

I first heard about Nanode (a low cost board that brings together Arduino and ethernet) via Andy Piper, then a few days later I had the fortune of seeing its creator Ken Boak speak at London’s Open Source Hardware Users Group (OSHUG). The week afterwards Ken was at the excellent Monkigras event, and did a short […]