One of the most interesting tech products released in 2012 was the Raspberry Pi computer.
In case you haven't heard about it, the Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized, single-board computer that sells online for $25 or $35 USD, yet has a full range of I/O ports that makes it easy to connect to virtually any device.
At CO2Meter.com, our engineers have been experimenting with the Pi. They have it reading CO2 levels from the COZIR and the K-30, our two most popular sensors.
For those of you who have a sensor and a Pi, or want to learn more about them, we've written an application note to help you get started. This ZIP file contains a PDF with step-by-step instructions as well as sample code to get you up and running quickly.