In this example we connect an LM75 to a STM32 Nucleo and we will use the MBEd compiler The LM75 temperature sensor includes a delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter, and a digital overtemperature.
In this example we connect an MS5611 to an STM32 Nucleo - in this case it was a Nucleo-F446RE This barometric pressure sensor is optimized for altimeters and variometers with.
In a previous example we showed how to connect an ML8511 to an Arduino Due, this time we are using a Nucleo board - in fact this was tested with.
In this example we take a look at the MAX6675 Cold-Junction-Compensated K-Thermocouple-to-Digital Converter and connect it to a Nucleo-F334R8 The MAX6675 performs cold-junction compensation and digitizes the signal from a type-K.
The PCF8574 is an 8 bits I/O port expander that uses the I2C protocol. Using this IC, you can use only the SDA and SCL pins of your Arduino board.
The MLX90614 is a non-contact infrared thermometer with a measurement range from -70 to +380 degree Celsius. Just connect the four leads to your MBed supported device and you will have.