Friday, February 3, 2017

Reading sensors remotely using an ESP8266 board and a Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

from Reading sensors remotely using an ESP8266 board and a Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
by Kelly

Wemos D1 mini 700

New post from Alex Eames up on RasPi.Tv.

For a long time now I’ve wanted wireless temperature sensors scattered around the house and garden reporting their temperatures regularly to a central server. It’s not something I really need, but something nice to have. I’d originally planned to do it with a RasPiO Duino or Arduino nano and inexpensive NRF24L01 radio boards. Albert @winkleink Hickey, a friend of mine, who also runs the Egham Jam put me onto these when he did his buttonflash game. Albert has a useful hobby of trawling ebay for bargain-basement electronics. A few weeks ago he showed me the Wemos D1 mini.

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