The sensor station built by Arduino.
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Arduino Station

Sensor station built with Arduino-like boards.

Supported Boards Setup

There are various ways to enable internet connection on Arduino-like boards, either adding ethernet/wifi/GSM shields/modules or using ethernet/wifi/2G/3G integrated boards. Initially we are trying to focus on 3 less difficult and more affordable boards setup.

  1. Particle Photon
    • An Arduino-like (STM32) board with wifi connectivity
    • Easy to use devtools, can do OTA on the web
    • Porting from Arduino code is easy
    • Good community libraries
    • 1MB flash
    • $19 USD
    • Wiring difficulty: normal
    • Setup instructions >>
  2. NodeMCU
    • Compact wifi module with Arduino-like capabilities
    • Integrated well with Arduino IDE
    • Useful libraries like http server/client, wifi manager, OTA...
    • 4MB flash
    • $8 USD
    • Wiring difficulty: normal
    • Setup instructions >>
  3. ESP8266 Arduino
    • Compact wifi module with Arduino-like capabilities
    • Integrated well with Arduino IDE
    • Useful libraries like http server/client, wifi manager, OTA...
    • 1MB ~ 4MB flash depends on the hardware model
    • $5 USD
    • Wiring difficulty: a little complex
    • Setup instructions >>
  4. Arduino + ESP8266 Serial Wifi module
    • Send AT commands in Arduino firmware to control wifi module via serial pins
    • 32KB flash
    • $27 USD (Using clones could be much cheaper)
    • Wiring difficulty: a little complex
    • Setup instructions >>

Supported Sensors

Since our first initiative is to build a PM2.5 sensor network, we only have one PM sensor support for now.

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