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October 6, 2016 AT 5:45 pm

‘Indoor Air Quality Sensor’ Designed by CRT Labs & #Realtors, Using Open-Source Software & Hardware @CRTLabs @nardotrealtor

And as if this already wasn’t cool enough, future versions will have LoRa capabilities!

sensor_board_v0-5

v0-3_prototype

Measurement Points:
Temperature (SHT31)
Relative Humidity (SHT31)
VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) (IAQ Core)
Derived CO2 (IAQ Core)
Barometric Pressure (MPL3115A2)
Light Intensity (TSL2561)
CO Concentration (MiCS-4154)
NO2 Concentration (MiCS-4154)
Sound Intensity (ADMP401)
Connectivity:

FSK (RFM69HW 433/915MHz)
WiFi (Particle Photon)
Cellular (Particle Electron) (Coming soon)
LoRa (Coming Soon)
License: Apache License Version 2.0

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