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Temp Show and Send

With ESP8266 NodeMCU and BME280 Sensor


This Tutorial shows how to build your own low power device which shows the temperature, humidity and pressure from other "stations" with upload the data measured on your own device to a webservice.

The Software is programmed to upload and show sensors of (Afillate Link):
Kai Pautsch EDV - Temperature and Humidity Statistics Webservice


Needed Hardware Components

  • 1x Board (Afillate Link): Aisler Board
  • 1x Display: SSD1306; 128 x 64 Pixel; 0,96" OLED I2C Display
  • 2x 4kO-7kO Resistor
  • 1x ESP8266 NodeMCU v3 CH340
  • 1x BME280 Sensor
  • 2x DIP Switch 6x6x10mm
  • 2x 15-PIN Female Head
  • 1x 4-PIN Female Head
  • 4x Female-Male Cable
  • 1x 3D Printed housing: Download here
  • 1x PowerSupply


Needed Software


Example-Photos

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3D Print Model Images

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