Raspberry Pi and WiFi App Notes for S8 Sensor

Senseair S8 co2 sensor

The engineers here at CO2Meter have developed application notes for SenseAir’s S8 small-footprint CO2 sensor. These app notes with source code make it easy to communicate with the S8 using two of the most popular microcontrollers on the market today. Learn more about the S8 CO2 sensor.

AN168: Raspberry Pi to SenseAir S8 CO2 Sensor via UART

Download AN168 here. Download the source files here.

the Raspberry Pi 3 is a popular credit card-sized computer used in many maker applications. The documentation and included python source code files make it easy for even first-time users to communicate with the S8 sensor.

AN167: TI CC3200 to SenseAir S8 CO2 Sensor via UART

Download AN167 here.

The Texas Instrument CC3200 SimpleLink Wi-Fi LaunchPad makes it easy to show sensor output on a wireless home network or the Internet. We’ve included the source code you need to make this great Wi-Fi board talk to the S8 sensor.

Posted by CO2 Meter on May 05, 2017.
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