The tricky part here is that Artisan doesn't have support (as far as I know) for an LCD1100 readout, so you have to have your own small program running alongside Artisan that solely looks at the thermocouples and prints their values to the LCD screen. Normally a Phidget can only be open in one program at a time, but if you open remotely (using the Phidget Network Server) then any number of programs can view the thermocouples simultaneously.
I haven't used Artisan myself, but reading their documentation indicates that they do support remote connection.
- Write a short program that opens the Phidgets remotely, repeatedly checks thermocouple temperatures and prints them to the LCD screen
- Go into the Phidget Control Panel and start the Network Server
(if on Win/Mac) or run the network server exe (if on Linux)
- Configure artisan to connect remotely, even if the Phidgets are locally connected to the computer running Artisan
- run both programs
If you don't have experience programming, I would recommend writing it in python and starting with our python examples
for the LCD1100 and TMP1101. You can then combine the two examples to print temperatures to the screen. The "Referencing Phidgets from Other Events" section of this page
will be helpful for this. If you get stuck feel free to contact support or make a post here.