Show the measurements from your MightyOhm Geiger Counter on a OLED display as well as on a website in your local Wifi.
- A MightyOhm Geiger Counter kit.
- A cheap I2C-based OLED display like this one from Amazon.
- An ESP8266 SoC running the NodeMcu firmware. I used the WeMos D1 Mini.
- Some wires, pin headers, etc.
- Wire everything up according to this image.
- Install the NodeMcu firmware on the ESP8266 with I2C and U8G support.
- Adjust SSID and PASSWORD in
config.lua.exampleto your needs and save it as
- Upload all
.luafiles to the ESP8266.
- Reset the ESP8266 and turn on the MightyOhm Geiger Counter.