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Created a new version with the BME280 #25

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commented Apr 14, 2017

  • New sensor: the BME280
  • Non-blocking code; can be used as a repeater at the same time.
  • Battery powered feature; switches to power saving code if the users prefers this.
  • Lots of comments to help educate and explain.

flatsiedatsie added some commits Apr 14, 2017

Created a new version with the BME280
- New sensor: the BME280
- Non-blocking code; can be used as a repeater at the same time.
- Battery powered feature; switches to power saving code if the users prefers this.
- Lots of comments to help educate and explain.
New version
I'll leave it to you if this code should replace the old code. It has more features, so its bigger.
It's the same code I just added to the weather station example.

The idea with both is that it will help people avoid old sensors and lots of work.

Long live the BME280.
removed silly check
Realised that the Dallas bad variables check won't work here.. so removed it.

@henrikekblad henrikekblad merged commit 2e8f6aa into mysensors:master May 10, 2018

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