Our set of Particle Argons are designed to notify someone when the correct bath water temperature has been met to bathe their small child or pet. The Mayo Clinic suggests bathing small children in water that is 100° F or 37.78° C. This water temperature allows the room to be comfortably warm. Pets are also recommended to be bathed in lukewarm water, which is also 100° F or 37.78° C. This product will allow parents to feel safe putting their small children and pets in the water and allows them the freedom of leaving the bathroom without the fear of hurting their loved ones. This solution gives parents real and updated temperature readings constantly, giving them the most updated values to help keep their children safe.
How it works
The first particle argon has a thermistor programmed to it and it takes a temperature measurement and sends it to the particle cloud. The second particle argon takes this measurement and depending on the value, lights up the correlated LED (yellow, green, red). If the second argon receives this data, it sends a message to the cloud back to the first particle argon and it lights up the built-in D7 LED. Our specific particle argon has slightly higher values than the prescribed values from the Mayo Clinic but that is most likely due to our circuit and the inference from resistors increasing the value.Flow Chart of Communications