ANAVI Thermometer

An ESP8266-powered, open source, Wi-Fi dev board with temperature and humidity sensors

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May 24, 2019

Project update 14 of 28

ANAVI Thermometer Assembly Guide Video

ANAVI Thermometer Assembly Guide Video

In the previous update I shared step by step instructions for assembling of the acrylic stand and the mini OLED I2C display. To facilitate the assembly process I have recently also created a video tutorial which is available at my YouTube channel. Please find below the exact steps with additional details.

Step 1

Peel off the protective film from the acrylic stand. Also remove the protective film from the display.

Step 2

Using a screwdriver, gently attach the mini OLED display to the acrylic stand with the M2 screws and nuts as shown on the photo. The mini OLED display is fragile so please be careful. Do NOT fasten it too tight because the torque may break it.

Step 3

Add four M2.5 screws and nuts to the case of the acrylic stand. In the next step we will put ANAVI Thermometer on top of the nuts.

Step 4

Add ANAVI Thermometer on top of the nuts and fasten it with the additional M2.5 nuts. At the end you will have a spare M2.5 screw and nut to optionally attach an additional sensor to the acrylic enclosure.

Step 5

Gently connect the mini OLED display to the dedicated slot using the male to female jumper wires. The colors of the wires do not matter. Just have a look at the labels on the top of the OLED display and connect each of the four pins to a pin with the same label on the dedicated slot for the display on ANAVI Thermometer. Finally, you are ready to turn on and enjoy ANAVI Thermometer!

Thank you for supporting this entirely open source project! Stay tuned for more updates with technical details. Now Crowd Supply has ANAVI Thermometers in stock and all orders will be shipped from Portland, OR.

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