This uses the ZIO QWIIC Temperature & Humidity (SHT31) and the ZIO QWIIC 0.91″ OLED Display
The Pico connects to the SHT31 over I2C and collects a string of data. It then parses the data to split it into values that represent temperature and humidity. The values are then calculated into degrees centigrade and percentage.
The pico then generates the strings and prints them to the display again over I2C.
Here is a link to our GitHub page for the source code:
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