Our engineering team has rewritten the application notes to connect the Arduino Uno, Mega or Mega2560 microcontrollers with two of our most popular CO2 sensors.
AN-126 – Arduino UART Interface to K-30 Sensor
The AN-126 – Arduino UART Interface to K-30 Sensor and included source code (zip) gives you step by step instructions for connecting SenseAir’s K-30 CO2 sensor using an industry‐standard UART TXD‐RXD connection. Wiring diagrams are included.
AN-128 – Arduino UART interface to COZIR Sensor
The AN-128 – Arduino UART interface to COZIR Sensor and included source code (zip) gives you step by step instructions for connecting the GSS COZIR sensor
Arduino is an open-source project that created microcontroller-based kits for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control physical devices. Common applications for Arduino microcontrollers include measuring CO2 indoors, in grow rooms, and in fish tanks.
Subject Matter Experts
For more information regarding Arduino UART interface and how it works with our sensors, contact CO2Meter online or give us a call at (877) 678-4259. We are happy to answer any questions you may have, and provide any helpful information we can.