With the rise of Covid-19 in the year 2020, we have seen a rise in PC usage with people working at home and others using them for recreation. For some of these new users who may not have the experience or know-how of the ins-and-outs of PCs. We have come up with a simplified method for keeping track of your PC's temperature status.
Utilizing bi-directional communication, the temperature sensing argon uses a capacitor and TMP36 Temperature sensor to read the temperature of the PC exhaust air. The temperature sensing argon then sends the data to the temperature receiving argon which then turns on a green, yellow, or red LED depending on the temperature range. The D7 LED will light up on the temperature sensing argon as a confirmation that the temperature receiving argon has received the data. The green LED turns on at any temperature at or below 35 degrees Celsius, the yellow LED turns on in between 35 and 50 degrees Celsius, while the red LED turns on at any temperature above 50 degrees Celsius.