Hi-res multi-stackable analog input extension board for SDI-12 USB adapter or SDI-12 Data loggerDesigned by Liudr arduino and physics gadgets in United States of America
PC Win 7/10/Mac/Linux/Raspberry PI/Beagle Bone Black compatible This product is an extension board for the following product(s) and only works when you have one of these products. SDI-12 USB adapt...Read More…
PC Win 7/10/Mac/Linux/Raspberry PI/Beagle Bone Black compatible
This product is an extension board for the following product(s) and only works when you have one of these products.
This extension board with SDI-12 USB adapter can achieve the same goals as the SDI-12 USB + Analog adapter. The combination takes twice the vertical space than the SDI-12 USB + Analog adapter but also allows the addition of other extension boards (such as accelerometers, magnetometers, gyroscopes etc that I can customize for you).
SDI-12 sensors are widely used in environmental monitoring including soil, streams, plants etc. On the other hand, data loggers designed for SDI-12 sensors are usually expensive and proprietary, making it harder to monitor and study soils and streams on a budget. This SDI-12 USB adapter makes it possible to directly interface SDI-12, Analog sensors, and GPS with a PC/Mac/Linux/RPI/BBB, on a budget. I have built numerous SDI-12 sensor data loggers. This is my latest design that is very easy to use. It also comes with free and open-source data logger program (Python script) for all operating systems. A section on SDI-12 sensors will guide you through it. A $5 Raspberry PI Zero is more than sufficient to log data.
Included features: SDI-12 + Analog
In theory, all SDI-12 sensors should work with my adapter. I have so far tested these sensors to work:
Apogee: SI-411 (standard field of view infrared radiometer)
Aquacheck:CKC 6 sensor probe
Gill Instruments: WindSonic Ultrasonic Wind Sensor
HSTI: HydraSCOUT multi-sensor soil moisture and temperature probe
METER group (formally Decagon):
Ponsel:Digital turbidity sensor
Sutron: Accubar Barometric Pressure Sensor, Model 5600-0120-3
Analog sensors (SDI-12 + Analog):
Data Logging (WIN 7/10/Mac/Linux/RPI/BBB)
Manual and data logging scripts from my blog (scroll to bottom):
You can sit back and watch the PC/RPI/BBB data collection Python script collect data automatically Sensor address Total data points Delay between data points GMT or Local time zone Just run the data logger script in Python. Your data will be stored where this script is so if you store the script in a cloud drive, you will be able to view your data remotely.
File Format Your data will be stored in comma-separated-value (.CSV) format. The file name is the date and time when the script starts logging data. There are at least three columns. The first column is the date and time the data point is collected. Depending on your choice, it is either in GMT/UTC or local time. The next column is the sensor address. The third column is the first value returned by your sensor. If your sensor returns more than one value, additional columns will contain additional values. This file format is ready to be read by any major data analysis tools such as Excel, Open Office Calc, or the more expensive Origin Pro. Here is a sample of data collected from a Decagon 5TM soil temperature and moisture sensor. The first data column is the relative dielectric constant (1 for air, yes, it’s NOT in soil). The second data column is temperature.
2015/10/31 18:30:59, 1, +1.04, +25.0 2015/10/31 18:31:27, 1, +1.04, +24.9 Telemetry Your PC or RPI/BBB must have access to the internet. Your data are sent to a server and stored there ready for retrieval and plotting in a web browser.
|Shipping Rate||Ships From||First item||Additional items|
United States Postal Service: First class package
Order is shipped within 3 business days unless posted otherwise, such as holidays and breaks.
United States Postal Service: Priority mail
Product is usually shipped as soon as possible usually within one business day. Insured for up to $50.
United States Postal Service: Priority express
I'll insure the package.
We recognize our top users by making them a Tindarian. Tindarians have access to secret & unreleased features.
We look for the most active & best members of the Tindie community, and invite them to join. There isn't a selection process or form to fill out. The only way to become a Tindarian is by being a nice & active member of the Tindie community!