We saw a lot of environmental monitoring projects in hakadi. Seriously, a lot. They usually take the form of microcontrollers, a pair of sensors, and perhaps a 3D printing box to protect them. They are also very similar in function, and the only change usually occurs in the protocol used to transmit the collected data bits.
However, even compared with a lot of previous work, the jigglypuff Internet of things environment monitor created by [kutluhan aktar] is very unusual. Of course, the highlights are familiar. Its mh-z14a NDIR CO2 sensor and gp2y1010au0f optical dust detector are read by the microcontroller supporting WiFi. This time, it is Arduino nano rp2040 connect, and finally report its findings to the user through the telegraph robot. There is even a general ssd1306 OLED display that displays local data on the device. Everything we’ve seen in some form in the past.
Test the electronics on the bread board.
What’s the difference? Obviously, it is installed on a huge magic baby PCB. Even if you’re not a fan of pocket monsters, appreciate the bright pink welding mask. To be honest, the whole presentation is a good example of PCB art we rarely see outside the scene of life.
Admittedly, there are many simpler ways to inform you about the air quality in your home. We are not saying that from the perspective of reliability, it must be a good idea to install electronic products on PCB at will to make it look like a role in a game console for more than 20 years. However, if you intend to do such a thing, the project will be defeated.