As we become more environmentally aware of our surroundings we require more information about it. This series of shields which plugs right onto the Arduino with Arduino compatible pins is capable of sensing a whole bunch of environmental variables including a Digital Gas sensor which measures CO2 and VOC’s an Altimeter which measures Barometric Pressure and Altitude, a one wire Temperature Sensor DS18B20 (Non I2C), a Temperature Humidity Sensor and last but not least a Voltage Current sensor which is capable of sensing Input power or using a clip on Current meter you can sense your house power usage. All this on one small board to see what’s happening real time or go on line and watch your house while your away. In addition we will be adding motion sensors and 120 Volts power supply module to power the whole unit with one plug and activate a relay upon motion or by an application.
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