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Room climate monitoring with Tinkerforge and Raspberry Pi


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the following project uses Tinkerforge bricks and a Raspberry Pi to monitor room climate via network. Tinkerforge is used to collect sensor data, the Raspberry Pi is controlled via REST interface, which is generated by the NexusDataLink open source framework. REST is used by an HTML5 user interface in order to exchange data and control the platform. If one of the measured Tinkerforge values (temperature, humidity, moisture) exceeds a configurable limit, an SMS is sent as alarm notification.


More details about this project can be found here: http://nexusdatalink.com/index.php/en/use-cases/ndl-usecae-ndl-climon

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