We spend over 90% of our time indoors, where the amount of CO2 we exhale has a significant impact on our health and well-being. High CO2 concentrations not only lead to tiredness, headaches and can cause dizziness, they are also a good indicator of when the distribution of aerosols in the air exceeds a value…… Continue reading TeHyBug Senseair CO2 Sensor for HomeAssistant and EspHome
outdoor weather station enclosure for a TeHyBug 18650 universal TeHyBug 18650 Universal is well suited for the outdoor weather station, it large capacity battery which will last for a long (depending on the data frequency and wifi connectivity) it also has a charging circuit, where you can connect a 5.5V solar cell to charge the…… Continue reading TeHyBug, an outdoor wifi weather station
TeHyBug Bot for Telegram messenger exists already for several years, but not many are using it, probably because they don’t know what it is and how to use it. First of all, you will need a Telegram messenger you can install from the apple app store on iPhone or google play store on Android. Then…… Continue reading Receive TeHyBug alerts and retrieve the latest sensor data in the Telegram messenger
I have designed a tiny and convenient neopixel driver board that can be also used for other purposes, like ser2net programmer, logging environment data or reading UART Sensor data, etc. But its main purpose is driving WS2812B/SK6812 led strips or matrixes and generating cool eye-catchy light effects. It can be programmed with WLED to drive…… Continue reading Best Neopixel Ambient Light Controller? WS2812B/SK6812
Both technologies have their advantages and disadvantages, here is a side-by-side comparison of ZigBee vs Wifi sensors for the smart home. For my comparison, I take the TeHyBug Wifi sensor and Aquara ZigBee Sensor which is connected through a HeilBee v4.5 ZigBee stick to my HomeAssistant. ZigBeeWIFIRequires a special ZigBee hub or coordinator stick. The…… Continue reading Smarthome sensors ZigBee or WIFI, which technology is best?
It’s not a secret that cc2652p based ZigBee sticks or so-called v4 ZigBee sticks are currently the most hyped. Modules based on the cc2652p chip have a strong signal amplifier and a PCB antenna with a transmission distance of about 700m, so you don’t really need an external antenna. These modules will replace and work…… Continue reading Best and most powerful ZigBee stick?
There are several ways it add a TeHyBug to your HomeAssistant.1. Embed a public graph to your dashboard.2. Add it as an MQTT Sensor to your Homeassistant. Usually, Home Assistant is installed on a Raspberry Pi or similar devices.If you don’t have an MQTT Brocker, here is the instruction on how to install the MQTT…… Continue reading How to add a TeHyBug Smart Home Data Logger to your HomeAssistant?
A demo image with a link to scriptable code with detailed instructions. TeHyBug widget for iPhone Requirements iOS 14 or higherScriptable version 1.5 (or higher) https://apps.apple.com/de/app/scriptable/id1405459188TeHyBug.com as a default data serving platform for your TeHyBug device. https://tehybug.com/ Installation // Variables used by Scriptable. // These must be at the very top of the file. Do not edit.…… Continue reading Add a Scriptable TeHyBug widget to your iPhone screen
Here is a short demonstration video of programming a TeHyBug with its software: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4dj760Meko
Once you connect to the TeHyBug Wifi Network AP and open http://192.168.1.1/ in your browser, you will see the configuration index page. TeHyBug 18650 Universal menu, other TeHyBugs have a similar menu The first thing you should do is to provide your Wifi Credentials on the “Configure Wifi” page. Nothing special just fill the form…… Continue reading TeHyBug – Configuration