This is a web enabled PM2.5 monitor. It was designed to be cheap and easy to build. No soldering and no special software or drivers to install. This sensor was designed to be used in the classroom setting to introduce students to STEM. It uses a Photon as the microcontroller and a shinyei PPD42 air sensor. The full instructions and research can be found at https://airquality406.wordpress.com/
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Step 1: Setup the Photon on Your WiFi.
In this step you will get the photon connected to your wifi and communicating with the cloud.
Step 2: Putting the Code on Your Photon.
This step shows you how to put the operating code on your photon.
Step 3: Build Your Air Sensor
This shows all the steps required to build the air sensor.
Step 4: Modifying and Reading the Code
If you are interested in changing the code.
LucaP57 made it!