Monitoring CO2 levels with @adafruitIO #IoT @curiouselectric
@curiouselectric is measuring CO2 levels in their office using a MH-Z14A Co2 sensor and sending the values to Adafruit IO for storage and logging. This seems like a simple of measuring atmospheric CO2 levels in an enclosed room.
Using my workshop environment monitor code, I quickly had a template for sending some CO2 parts per million data to AdafruitIO (one of my last free feeds!). I have created a (hacky!) code here for you to upload and be able to send data to an AdafruitIO feed. You will need to create an account and link to it with you AdafruitIO Key.
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