If you want to monitor the air quality in your home, work or environment, you might be interested in the new ESP8266 air quality monitor. The monitoring board, equipped with a PMSA003 sensor and capable of being powered by a 3.7V battery, is equipped with a 1.14″ TFT display for connection to a US PC and a BME280 humidity sensor.
“AiryFi is an open source portable sensor that can measure the amount and mass of suspended particles. It includes a PMSA003 sensor that uses a 5V digital output to provide information on particulate matter (PM1.0, PM2.5 and PM10) in air per unit volume. It consists of ESP826612E, USB C Port USB for charging and communication, CP2102, battery connector, on/off switch, flash memory, PMSA003 sensor select jumper, BME280 and more.”
AiryFi air quality monitor
Assuming that AiryFi’s crowdfunding campaign successfully achieves the required goal and the project is progressing smoothly, worldwide delivery is expected to take place around July 2022. To learn more about the AiryFi Air Quality Monitor project, watch the promotional video below. Early backer contributions are now available for the new project from around £68 to £50 (depending on current exchange rates), offering a significant discount of around 17% off the retail price while Kickstarter crowdfunding continues.
“Our goal is to create a brand that will revolutionize the DIY industry by combining innovation and hard work with the help of our passionate supporters. I’m looking for supporters who are enthusiastic about our brand and want to help grow it. We guarantee that you will receive a quality product within the specified time frame. We currently have working prototypes in the hands of amazing developers and machines ready to serve our amazing customers.”
For a complete list of all available commitments, additional targets, additional media and other features for the Air Quality Monitor, please visit the official AiryFi Crowdfunding Campaign page by clicking on the link below.
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