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WeatherDuino Air Quality Monitor - AQM III

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WeatherDuino Air Quality Monitor - AQM III

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Launched today.
Visualize your Air Quality data on CumulusMX , and, if you want, share it with everyone on Sensor Community.

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For more info, please visit this page: https://www.meteocercal.info/forum/Thre ... I-Overview
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Real time data from a few WeatherDuino Air Quality Monitor III devices: https://weatherduino.aqi.eco/en
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Yes,

Saw this a few weeks back & very interested as I already have two SPS30's & also tes SDS011's sitting in the drawer.

Just not sure what freight would be like to Aus at present; there are many things that are delayed for months.

Also have a had full of micro's which I assume are the same.
Is it therefore possible to make my own based on what I have on hand?

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I made this
https://sensor.community/en/sensors/airrohr/

Anyway that PM sensors have a serial port so you can write your firmware, if you want.
Airrohr firmware it's open source, you can find it on Github. You can modidy it if you want.

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Nice. The simulation of the AirLink to make it connect to CMX is great.

But the sensor community (Luftdaten / Sensor Cummunity) has a far wider range and it would have been nice if - apart from the AirLink simulation - connection to the Sensor Community project would have been possible.

Edit: I just read that it IS COMPATIBLE with Sensor Community. Afaiac this makes it the first choice for me! The only think to make is an external (solar)power source so that I can place it at a convenient location without cables.
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And to add: it would be nice if CMX with its several possibilities for AQ sensors would have support for Sensor Community!
I'll make a request.
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Thing that caught my eye was the support of the AirLink API.

Anything that emulates that API & is ESP32 based is certainly of interest.
(I am aware that @HansR now has some ESP32 programming experience). :D :D

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Phil23 wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 5:19 am
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Saw this a few weeks back & very interested as I already have two SPS30's & also tes SDS011's sitting in the drawer.

Just not sure what freight would be like to Aus at present; there are many things that are delayed for months.
...
Hi Phil,

Interestingly, most of WeatherDuino users are from AU and NZ, maybe because some years ago the Silicon Chip magazine published during four consecutive editions a long article about the WeatherDuino weather stations (current systems are much more advanced than the ones reviewed at that time).

Still send many things to AU, and shipping usually took 18 to 28 days, sometimes less.

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HansR wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 8:25 am

But the sensor community (Luftdaten / Sensor Cummunity) has a far wider range and it would have been nice if - apart from the AirLink simulation - connection to the Sensor Community project would have been possible.

Edit: I just read that it IS COMPATIBLE with Sensor Community. Afaiac this makes it the first choice for me! The only think to make is an external (solar)power source so that I can place it at a convenient location without cables.
Hi,

The data from the AQM III sensors presented here: https://weatherduino.aqi.eco/en
is firstly sent by each sensor to Sensor Community, then using the resources of https://aqi.eco/en, I aggregated the data from some of them in one page.

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Werk_AG wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 9:38 pm
some years ago the Silicon Chip magazine published during four consecutive editions a long article about the WeatherDuino
Do you know the Year & Editions?
I have over 20 years worth of Silicon Chip Mags sitting on the shelf here.

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zoomx wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 7:26 am
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Airrohr firmware it's open source, you can find it on Github. You can modidy it if you want.
The AQM III firmware is also open source and can be modified as you want, however, currently the source code is only available to those who are building WeatherDuino devices.
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Phil23 wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 10:18 pm
Werk_AG wrote:
Thu 19 Aug 2021 9:38 pm
some years ago the Silicon Chip magazine published during four consecutive editions a long article about the WeatherDuino
Do you know the Year & Editions?
I have over 20 years worth of Silicon Chip Mags sitting on the shelf here.

Phil.
First article was published on March 2015, the other three on the following editions (Apr, May and Jun 2015).

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