Example commands:

Read temperatures

    > read temperature

This command will print ambient temperature, object temperature and the temperature unit.

Example output:

temperature.object=18.689997 temperature.ambient=18.689997 temperature.unit=celsius

Change temperatures
    > write temperature.unit=kelvin

This command changes the temperature unit to be kelvin

Read the latest temperature reading from history
    > read history.1

The history.1 is always the latest reading and history.100 is the oldest reading, if there is any.

Example output:

history.1.object=18.689997 history.1.ambient=18.689997

More about available commands, design files and firmware binary:

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Other related command line driven sensors:
1. Temperature/humidty/pressure sensor: https://hackaday.io/project/185599-command-line-controlled-weather-sensors
2. Contact-less infrared thermometer:  https://hackaday.io/project/185305-command-line-controlled-infrared-thermometer
3. Power relay: https://hackaday.io/project/183851-power-relay-with-built-in-command-parser
4. Command line driven Micro-controller: https://hackaday.io/project/184001-extreme-prototyping-using-command-on-dev-board