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If I want to add another I2C sensor, like BMp180, should I connect it on the same bus where the OLED is connected? Any suggestion on how to implement it.
Since metals area unit smart conductors and reflectors of warmth, the intensity of the optical device must be altered, relying upon the character of the metal.
I want to build-it a system collect data, if using ESP8266 with more than 350 nodes, do you give me a resolve.
Are you not on your blog anymore? It's been 6 weeks since your last post. I was hoping for the weather station if you could give a solution to the Daylight saving time that kicked in 27th of March because since then my weather station shows the time wrong (1 hour earlier then its supposed to be)
I'm still around and also plan to pick up writing blog posts. But I'm currently working on a new project and that consumes a lot of my free time… So please stay tuned until I'm really back;-)