These metrics would be great. I have thought about temp sensors and thermal imagers (of course no one needs them because they are looking at the bed all the time, right?)
Air flow in venting would be good. I was looking at VOC meters yesterday. I’ve been banging my head on getting things going, but it looks like you have rolled your own hardware. I have the docker stack from Peter Scargill loaded on recommendation of Andreas Spiess.
tonight was figuring out mqtt. Only three hours of messing around to finally get an iPhone shortcut to send a message to the broker to go to node red to drop a shopping list item in into InfluxDB to read from a Grafana panel.
Siri asks me what I want and I answer out loud and off it goes. I have never found the reminders and notes to work as I’d like. This is is efficient and exactly what I want so I can make my shopping list. The hard thing is to come up with a name for the shortcut. If any form of the word shopping is used, Siri skips the shortcut and decides I need to go visit Lowes or Home Depot or says that Kohls isn’t open at the moment. Then I tried using the name of the grocery store, Hyvee, and after two shortcut responses, she decided that I needed directions to the store. So I came up with a name that works without her second guessing me.
I am very interested in the IOT stuff at the moment since I don’t have my workshop set up and am dying for projects. Electronics seem to work great.
I have one more ESP32 free and I’m going to try and get a k-type thermocouple hooked up to it to probe my 30 year old stove. It’s temp range seems wonky and I have got to figure out what’s going on, other than it having little to no insulation and heating up the whole house!
And my cigar humidor is too high. I took out the bigger humidifier puck and swapped it for a smaller one. I might have to pull it if it doesn’t go down.