Public Channels for Tag: Wireless

Channel ID:
103680
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Windspeed monitor. This is a further development of channel 23142. This setup logs and displays the average and maximimum windspeed. The outdoor unit transmits every 2 seconds the time for a (half) rotation, temperature and Lipo voltage. The indoor un

Channel ID:
878
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Minimal Arduino/XBee Sensor Network

Channel ID:
46564
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Prototype energy meter (10 bit A/D) containing a PIC micro + WiFi sending the following params. Irms, Vrms, Power, Total Kw/h, Frequency, Temperature, Humidity. Coming soon. Power factor, 3 channel Irms, 12 bit A/D. Accuracy +/- 2%

Channel ID:
33862
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This sensor uses an ESP8266 Wireless chip directly connected to a DHT22. Its currently being tested for consistency and stability. The intention with this sensor is to be a low power sensor that I can run from a battery (I am planning to use a 18650).

Channel ID:
45244
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Using an ESP8266 ESP-01 module and an Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V I wirelessly update all outputs from my thermostat to here for data analysis and because it's cool. This requires a voltage divided rectifier since thermostats run at least 24 VAC RMS.

Channel ID:
339908
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Simulation de données d' une planche standard

Channel ID:
226554
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Temperature from an array of wireless sensors in a mesh topology based on IEEE 802.11 b/g/n. Using NodeMCU - ESP8266 and Espressif NON-OS SDK with Mesh API's. Each node is in a network level where the first one is the ROOT NODE.

Channel ID:
66752
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Sensor data from Quan gateway.

Channel ID:
132063
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Power Node sensor with bme280, measures temperature, humidity, pressure and battery voltage. Sends measurements to gsm master node every 10 min. Current consumption ~ 10uA at 2.6V.

Channel ID:
128898
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Internet of things wireless 220V plug module

Channel ID:
8480
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Online weather station. Project uses local base station with ethernet connection. Weather station is remote via radio link

Channel ID:
66016
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Microcontroller Laboratory Final Project

Channel ID:
17651
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Uses Arduino + DHT11/DHT22 and DS18B20 sensors to measure the humidity and temperature in my basement. Uploads the data using a ESP8266 WiFi module.

Channel ID:
86858
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Monitor Humidity and Temperature of a curing process.

Channel ID:
66226
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Remote monitoring of pressure transducers in the R&D


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