Environment sensing stick for temperature and humidity (HTU21D), light level (TEMT6000) and optional pressure (BMP180). Has an LED on the end of the stick for indication. Works with the Particle Electron or Photon.
Just add a Particle Photon or Electron!
I wanted an environmental sensor I could plug straight into a USB outlet without wires etc, that connected to the internet using a Particle Photon or an Electron for remote monitoring where WiFi isn't available and could be used with the Particle Asset Tracker for GPS based environment measurements.
Please note that this does NOT include a Photon/Electron one of these needs to be purchased separately, or the asset tracker shown in the photos. All of these can be purchase directly from Particle.io
Headers supplied do not support stacking, you will need different stackable headers or a double set if you wish to stack multiple sensors.
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