LiV Pi is a handmade, open source DIY indoor air quality monitor originally designed for Raspberry Pi. Now running on Orangepi.Designed by First Cypress, Ships from Hong Kong
LiV Pi Orangepi Edition consists of: LiV Pi Expert Set for Orangepi, Orangepi PC Plus and LiV Pi case. Orangepi 5V power supply is included. You will receive an assembled device, however THIS IS A ...Read More…
LiV Pi Orangepi Edition consists of: LiV Pi Expert Set for Orangepi, Orangepi PC Plus and LiV Pi case. Orangepi 5V power supply is included.
You will receive an assembled device, however THIS IS A DIY PROJECT. Please refer to http://www.livpi.com for a detailed description of LiV Pi and setup procedure.
LiV Pi Indoor Air Quality Monitor
LiV measures CO2, temperature, humidity and air pressure. While air pressure is not directly related to indoor air quality, we hope that users will find barometric pressure measurements to be a valuable feature on this device.
Features LiV offers an Intranet website with measurement data visualization.
LiV can connect to Instant Messaging applications. LiV is an Internet connected device. If you use an Instant Message client to chat with your buddies, chances are that your IM application supports Jabber/XMPP protocol. You can configure LiV so that it will respond with real-time measurement data to the text commands you send from your IM client application. LiV can also send you notifications when alarms thresholds that you set up were exceeded.
LiV can send email alerts and reports. You can configure LiV so it can send periodic reports by email. You can also configure LiV to send email alerts when alarms thresholds were exceeded.
LiV can send Twitter alerts and reports. You can configure LiV so it can tweet periodic reports. You can also configure LiV to tweet alerts when alarms thresholds were exceeded.
LiV can connect to IoT platforms. Currently LiV can connect to DeviceHive, Xively, data.sparkfun.com, ThingSpeak, Emoncms and analog.io. More IoT platforms will be supported in the future.
LiV is developer-friendly
Users can replace existing sensors or add new sensors. Preferred method to connect new sensors is by I2C bus. Developers can extend functionality and add new features (Python programming language). LiV offers a set of JSON REST APIs for easy integration. Developers can easily expand the existing set of APIs with Python Flask.
LiV is open source
LiV is open source hardware and software. LiV software is released under a MIT license. LiV hardware is released under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. Here is Liv on GitHub: https://github.com/FirstCypress/LiV
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