UPDATED ESP8266 WiFi Sensor - temperature and humidity
ESP8266 DHT11/DHT22 Temperature and Humidity Web Server with Arduino IDE 57 Shares In this project you’ll create a standalone web server with an ESP8266 that displays the temperature and humidity with a DHT11 or DHT22 sensor using the Arduino IDE.
AM2320 temperature and humidity sensor and ESP8266 example
In this part of the ESP8266 programming series, we’re going to attach our temperature and humidity sensor to our ESP8266 module and make the data available over WiFi and HTTP. Before we can do that, let’s understand what hardware we have here. The module in question here is a NodeMCU v2 Board.
DHT11 DHT22 w/ ESP8266 NodeMCU : Display Values Using Web
ESP8266 Arduino Tutorial: Getting temperature and humidity with a DHT22 sensor Introduction In this tutorial we will check how to get temperature and humidity measurements from a DHT22 sensor, with the Arduino IDE running on the ESP8266.
Battery Powered ESP8266 IoT – Temperature Sensor
I came across a cheap ($6) ESP8266 board that includes an AC power supply, esp8266 chip, 2x relays and footprint for a DHT11/DHT22 sensors. It’s super easy to get started with Blynk using this board, so I figured I could post a little tutorial for those interested. Hardware needed 1x relay board 1x DHT22 temperature and humidity sensor.
ESP8266 Temperature Humidity Webserver with a DHT11 sensor
After, open “Dashboards” section then locate and open “ESP8266 DHT22: Temperature Humidity Demo Dashboard”. As a result, you will see two digital gauges and two time-series charts displaying temperature and humidity level (similar to dashboard image in the introduction).
Simple Blynk controlled relay + temperature and humidity
Battery Powered ESP8266 WiFi Temperature and Humidity Logger. I wanted to have a few portable and long lasting temperature and possible humidity sensors I could just throw around hand have them working with as little hassle as possible.
ESP8266 ESP-01S DHT11 (Temperature and Humidity)
Temperature humidity measurement, we've mentioned this in the past as a simple project. . This project is a more complex version of that, but only in terms of software.
ESP8266 ESP-01/ESP-01S DHT11 Temperature Humidity WiFi
ESP8266 has made it possible for hobbyists and makers to develop IoT applications in simple and inexpensive ways. This article shows an example of making a very simple temperature and humidity logger using ESP8266 that uploads the data directly to a cloud service, such as ThingSpeak, and allows to visualize the data in real time.