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Real-time Temperature Monitoring and Control

Fully open-source, low-cost solution to real-time temperature monitoring and control
(735 downloads for this version - 3511 downloads for all versions)
Details
Version
1.1
Author
A. Khorshidi
Maintainer
A. Khorshidi
Categories
License
Supported Scilab Version
5.5
Creation Date
November 14, 2016
Description
            
Revision: 14-Nov-2016 (v0.2)
Thanks to Gilberto Xavier, the script can now be run on Mac OS X platforms.
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By surfing Scilab channel on Youtube, we can see a video which demonstrate how
to use Scilab and a NIDAQ card for PC-based data acquisition [1]. 
As we all know NIDAQ cards are expensive and these kinds of cards are not much
appropriate for educational purposes, of course IMO.   
So, why not use an open-source software, Scilab, with an open-source low-cost
hardware, Arduino? It's really dish up an incredible taste of freedom! Perhaps a
video may showcase this better: 
http://youtu.be/CP_ZifhiC-U

Well, attached you will see a schematic of a simple circuit which can be used
for real-time temperature monitoring as well as ON/OFF control. 

Attached you will also find a Scilab script to run the GUI which is just a
preliminary version of what I intend to do. I'll try other communication
interfaces such as Ethernet and Wireless LAN later. 


At the end, I would like to thank Bruno Jofret, the author of the original GUI
[2], for his valuable work. 

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[1] https://www.scilab.org/content/view/full/847
[2] https://fileexchange.scilab.org/toolboxes/270000

            
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