ElektroHenk | Ultra low power battery powered experimental environmental sensor node

Ultra low power battery powered experimental environmental sensor node


  • 14 Jul


  • Tsillen

Engineering & Technical Design electronics, digital-electronics, usb-electronics, altium-desiger, solidworks, c
In cooperation with an chip manufacturer whose name I can’t legally disclose I built an environmental sensor node. This sensor node is battery powered and is ultra low power.
It measures Co2, Humidity, Temperature, and it’s own battery voltage. When requested via an 433Mhz RF command the data will be sent to an hub master (embedded computer) via the RF connection.The whole circuit fits in an USB stick sized format.
To save power the circuit shuts down when not needed and wakes up periodically to take measurements.For more information contact me.
Some details cannot be disclosed because of Non Disclosure Agreement.