I am new to Omega2, but just got it yesterday and have started playing with it. I have been playing with Arduino's for a while, but one challenge I kept coming across was getting data out of an Arduino remotely without having to do a whole of other things. I am already impressed with how I can control it while sitting on my couch.
What I am trying to accomplish to log temperature and then be able to access those temperature readings remotely. I am thinking the cloud ability is the key component to the remote access. However, I am not savvy at programming this project. I am confident I can get a one wire sensor and make individual readings, but I am not sure how I can write the data to a file (could be a CSV file). Any ideas how I can accomplish my goal. I see a few projects that are controlling freezers; maybe this could be an add-on ability.
Thinking ahead, it would be great to add charting ability for display purposes.
@larry-biscuits glad to hear you're enjoying the Omega!
Here are a few project guides you can look at to get an idea of how to track and chart your temperature data:
Thanks! I should be able to make my through; I see one of those is for the DS18B20 temp sensor. I purchased those not fully aware that they were digital.
My apologies if I posted in the wrong location to :). When I get something simple put together, I will try my best to post it. I am sure the more experience will find some ways to tweak it.