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Use The Particle Squared Air Quality Sensor With Google Docs

Air quality. You probably think about it more now that our clean air has turned into a permanent haze across the sky. Yuck. I’ve previously written about the subject. This post is a straight-to-the-point version which will get you up and running quick! Gather the Goods Get everything together that you’ll need for this project. This includes: A Particle Mesh board (Argon, Boron, Xenon). You can get them almost anywhere....

Homemade Particle Powered Indoor Air Quality Sensor

I got my hands on some of the mesh based Particle boards not too long ago. I’ve been itching to try them out but haven’t quite figured out the project. One thing has been bothering me though: air quality. I spend a good amount of time in my office tinkering, soldering, coding and writing. I sneeze occasionally so I always wondered, how bad is it? The house is also prone to mold exposure during the hot months which had me concerned....

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Create a Cross Platform App Using Blynk

As “fun” as it is to take days if not months to create a mobile app, no one likes to wait. So, how can you get to something working that you can get up and running and focus on the next thing? Enter Blynk. Blynk is an app that creates apps. You can use it to monitor the air inside your house or even turn your lights on and off. Your imagination is your limitation....

How to Build a Particle Photon Powered Temperature Sensor

In the beginning, there was nothing. Then, you figure it out and go from there. Someone Wise Every project has it’s beginnings. Mine began with a simple hypothesis: “Could I, using the Particle Photon, to monitor a wood-stove for a winter season running on two AA lithium batteries.“ So, there were two things to think about during this process Constraints of the batteries Functionality of the design In order to get the best battery life, the system has to be in a very low power draw state most of the time....