The sample instructions on setting up HouseMon are OK for initial testing, but require a bit more work for a permanent installation. This post describes how I managed it.
To create a room sensor node with the JNu, I’ve attached a AM2302 (also known as a DHT22) temperature and humidity sensor and modified the radio blip sketch to communicate with the sensor and return the data in the radio blip payload.
For this first post, I’ll intoduce the general themes of this blog and a little about myself.
So what sort of things will appear here? In no particular order:
- Hardware, usually microcrontrollers, e.g. AVR, Arm.
- Software, for the above hardware, but also PC based (Windows and Linux).
- Home Automation, hardware and software.
- Other random topics that take my fancy.