Dan DaviesRobert Carleuser1473527
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Weather/Plant Monitoring Project Having Modular Components

ESP32-based weather and plant monitoring project with real-time cloud monitoring dashboard and data storage having modular components.

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Weather/Plant Monitoring Project Having Modular Components

Things used in this project

Hardware components

National Control Devices ESP32 IoT WiFi BLE Module with Integrated USB
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National Control Devices I2C Shield for Particle Electron or Particle Photon with Outward Facing +5V I2C Port
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IoT Training Controller Light Sound Sensor Action
National Control Devices IoT Training Controller Light Sound Sensor Action
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National Control Devices 12V 1.25A Regulated Switcher Supply
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National Control Devices MQ-2 Propane Butane Methane Alcohol Gas Sensor ADC121C 12-Bit ADC I2C Mini Module
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National Control Devices Soil Moisture Sensor with Analog to Digital Converter ADC121C021
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National Control Devices TMD26721 Infrared Digital Proximity Detector I2C Mini Module
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National Control Devices TSL2561 Light-to-Digital Converter 16-Bit Programmable Gain I2C Mini Module
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National Control Devices USB Cable Type A to Micro 6 Feet Long
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National Control Devices I2C Cable for nodeLynk Devices and Sensors, 6 inch
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Software apps and online services

Gigabits IoT Platform

Story

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Schematics

Modular Schematic

Our modular system is constructed by building a chain of NCD modules. There are no breadboards. The modules may be connected in any order. The traditional fritzing schematics aren't relevant. To keep Hackster happy, we'll show a picture of the modules connected together.

Code

ESP32SecureDemoApp for Modular systems

Arduino
This is example code. It illustrates only the highest interfaces between the NCD hardware and the Gigabits platform. The Story explains (in detail!) how all the required code is acquired, configured, compiled and executed.
No preview (download only).

Credits

Dan Davies

Dan Davies

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After getting a BS at Johns Hopkins, and a MS and PhD at Stanford, Dan worked at several Xerox research and product divisions.
Robert Carle

Robert Carle

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user1473527

user1473527

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Thanks to Robert Carle and Tim Curley.

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