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Mar
15
Hexiwear and indoor air quality with WiFi ESP click
Posted by Lana Vulic on 15 March 2017 05:45 PM

Hexiwear is, as always, a great foundation for new inventions. This time around we’ll show you what you can do to get precise information about your indoor air quality, in just a few minutes.

This is what you’ll need: Hexiwear, the Docking Station, WiFi ESP click and Air Quality 2 click.

How it works

Once you’ve got Hexiwear and both click boards on the Docking Station, you need to turn Hexiwear on and wait a few seconds before an IP address appears on its screen.

WiFi ESP click creates a local server, which enables up to 4 people to connect to its IP address.

Type in that IP address in your browser and half of the work is done.

Once you’ve got that IP address open in your browser press the left bottom button on Hexiwear. The left button on Hexiwear turns the RED LED and signals to Air Quality 2 click to give its reading. That reading is then sent to our server.

The right button on Hexiwear turns the RED LED OFF.  For a new air quality reading, just press left button again.

The page will display the levels of VOC and CO2 equivalent gases in the room.

You can download the code for all of this on GitHub.

Air Quality 2 click

Air quality 2 click carries the iAQ-Core Indoor Air Quality sensor that measures VOC levels and provides CO2 equivalent and TVOC equivalent predictions. The onboard sensor is so fast, that you’ll get the results after 5 minutes (start up time).

For more information about Hexiwear see the official page.

NOTE: Make sure to connect to your WiFi AP in order to get a unique IP address for your server.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Feb
9
Only 5 minutes for accurate readings – Air quality 2 click
Posted by Lana Vulic on 09 February 2017 02:26 PM

We moved to a new office a couple of weeks ago, and we took our plants with us, because of the well-known fact that plants help improve the quality of indoor air. Our new click, Air quality 2 click, was just the right thing to come along and give us accurate readings on this particular front.

The click carries the iAQ-Core Indoor Air Quality sensor that measures VOC (volatile organic compounds) levels and provides CO2 equivalent and TVOC (total volatile organic compounds) equivalent predictions.

The sensor itself is protected by a plastic cap and a filter membrane.

5 minutes for accurate readings

Everybody wants fast results in this fast-paced world, and our click has risen to the challenge. After the sensor is powered on it will only take 5 minutes for you to get functional readings.

All you have to do now is think of something to pass the time. So, what can you really do in 5 minutes? You can make a short phone call, eat an apple, read three pages of your favorite book, and once you’re done with that you’ll know how healthy your living space is.

ABC for longer product life

The iAQ-Core sensor has Automatic Baseline Correction or ABC. With some other sensors, you would need to calibrate it every two or three years. But thanks to the ABC this sensor doesn’t require further calibration and will work optimally for many years.

For more information about Air quality 2 click take a look at the product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jan
20
Test your indoor air quality with Pollution click
Posted by Lana Vulic on 20 January 2017 02:58 PM

Discover if the air quality of your home is good enough with our new Pollution click. It has high sensitivity to organic gases. This click is the 8th gas sensor click in your range, and you can check out the other seven here.

Pollution click

Pollution click carries the WSP2110 VOC gas sensor and runs on a 5V power supply. The sensor can detect gases such as benzene, methanal (also known as formaldehyde), toluene and more. The detection range of the sensor is 1~50ppm (part per million).

Whale oil and aftershave

In 1825 Michael Faraday discovered benzene, a natural hydrocarbon, and component of crude oil. Those days people created portable gas by dropping whale oil on hot furnaces. That oil gas was then condensed in a liquid form. Faraday discovered that it contained a substance which he called bicarburet of hydrogen and that we today call benzene.

We skip a few steps, and get to the 20th century, where people are using benzene in manufacturing everything from aftershave lotion to solvents for degreasing engines. Thankfully, today we know that benzene is a carcinogen, so it’s used only in some industrial processes.

With Pollution click, you can find out what percentage of benzene is present in the air. Or other organic gases.

For more information about Pollution click check out the product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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