Soil moisture measurement sensor project with 1.02 inch electronic ink display (GDEW0102T4), zigbee compatible (z2m).Designed by Efektalab in Russia
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What is it? This is a compact wireless soil moisture sensor with 1.02-inch e-paper display (GDEW0102T4), supports working in Zigbee networks. Supported inZ2M, ZHA. The device has an industrial look, …Read More…
This is a compact wireless soil moisture sensor with 1.02-inch e-paper display (GDEW0102T4), supports working in Zigbee networks. Supported inZ2M, ZHA. The device has an industrial look, at least, i wanted to achieve this. The sensor has very good energy efficiency. Powered by CC2530 chip (Zigbee). The device is shipped fully wired with open source software preinstalled. The device can be purchased with or without a case.
I am interested in making original devices that are not on sale.
Right now, I'm very interested in low-power, cost-effective wireless devices.
RF module EBYTE E18-MS1-PCB (CC2530).
Long runtime with one CR2477 battery.
Consumption in data transmission mode - 25mA, in sleep mode 2,9μA.
Two buttons (join, reset).
Protection of the device from reverse polarity of the battery.
The case is printed on an FDM 3D printer. After printing, sanding and polishing is applied.
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