Thanks for your message, but I need to ask about requirements.
I've used several different temperature sensors in various projects. Both analog and digital, and there are many types available.
It really depends on what you need.
- what temperature range do you need to support?
- temperature accuracy?
- sample rate?
- data collection and retrieval: wired or wireless, real time? buffered, or just stored data?
- battery life requirements?
- if wireless, what range? what transmission protocol? wifi, fsk, ask, etc..?
I assume since you mentioned monitor, that you'd like real time results.
It's possible to set something up that will run for years off a battery(or certainly through a class duration), but need to consider the factors to properly configure.
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