w1thermsensor - A Python package and CLI tool to work with w1 temperature sensors like DS1822, DS18S20 & DS18B20 on the Raspbery Pi, Beagle Bone and other devices

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Get the temperature from your w1 therm sensor in a single line of code! It's designed to be used with the Rasperry Pi hardware but also works on a Beagle Bone and others. Raspberry Pi: this package is available in Raspbian as python-w1thermsensor and python3-w1thermsensor.

https://github.com/timofurrer/w1thermsensor

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