Public Channels for Tag: esp8266

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Automated batcall reporter based on Ardubat v3.4 shield adapted for RobotDyn D1r2

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386460
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Nina-Surf , Simple weather station near the lake Peipsi Estonia for surfers. Program is written thanks Bunny: https://github.com/bunnyhu/D1_mini_weatherstation Data are sending also: https://www.windguru.cz/station/1352

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SurfTamme , Simple weather station near the lake Võrtsjärv Estonia for surfers. Program is written thanks Bunny: https://github.com/bunnyhu/D1_mini_weatherstation Data are sending also: https://www.windguru.cz/station/1284

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589208
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DS18B20; DHT22; BME280; CO2 MH-Z1:

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78908
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Measuring home power consumption, by using a DIN-Rail Electric Meter, and counting S0 signal with a SonOff basic.

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778303
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IT Weekend: Python+IoT (Rivne, 2019)

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785794
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Estación metereológica. Santiago de Chuco - Ciudad Elaborado por: Ing. Mariano Luján Corro

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781214
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Yenimahalle Ahi Evran Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi Bilişim Alanı Tübitak 4006 IOT Proje

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779250
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ESP8266 and BME280 outside temperature, humidity and pressure sensor

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140429
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temperatur und luftfeuchtigkeit mit BME280 an nodeMCU und ESPeasy -> https://github.com/letscontrolit/ESPEasy/releases

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629941
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ESP8266 + BME280 Inside house weather monitoring

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753252
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The Temperature and Humidity Sensor in the Bisc.IOTs (biscuit) container located in the office. Monitor based on an ESP8266-12E NodeMCU and DHT11 sensor reporting temperature and humidity of the box back via WiFi and API calls.

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692968
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Testing feasibility of using Neo-7 GPS and an ESP8266 to log position data to the cloud and then plot latest point on Google Maps. It works! Click on More Information to show the last logged point.

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284916
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temperature, humidity and pressure with BME280, WeMos

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88666
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This is an experiment to see if barometric pressure and its time derivative can be correlated with weather conditions for up to 12 hours . Data is from Dark Sky relayed through an ESP8266 running Arduino code. Weather is in Centreville, Virginia.


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