I’m pleased to announce that I’ve finally completed the firmware for the TeHyBug CO2 FreshAirMakesSense Boards. These IoT devices are designed to monitor CO2 levels and provide insights into the air quality in your home or office. With the new firmware, these devices are now even more versatile and useful for smart home enthusiasts and DIYers.
The new firmware includes all of the most essential features for smart home integration. One of the key features is the built-in webserver, which serves up sensor data in JSON format. This means that you can easily access and analyze the data using your favorite programming language or data analysis tool. In addition, the firmware includes an autodiscovery mode for HomeAssistant, which makes it easy to integrate the devices with your smart home setup.
But that’s not all – the firmware also includes support for OLED displays, which can be used to display real-time sensor data or other useful information. There are also several other features that are sure to come in handy for DIYers and smart home enthusiasts.
If you’re interested in trying out the new firmware, I invite you to visit the GitHub repository where I’ve published the code. You’ll find a complete list of features and a detailed description of how to install and use the firmware. With this new firmware, the TeHyBug CO2 FreshAirMakesSense Boards are even more powerful and versatile, and I’m excited to see what the community will create with them!