Brian Krohn
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Climate Dashboard

Create dashboard to monitor conditions using Structure and Particle Photon.

IntermediateFull instructions provided2 hours4,150
Climate Dashboard

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Code

climate-monitor.ino

Arduino
This code can be pasted into the Particle Build code editor.
The "SparkFun_Photon_Weather_Shield_Library" should be included via Particle Build's Library tab.
// This #include statement was automatically added by the Particle IDE.
#include "SparkFun_Photon_Weather_Shield_Library/SparkFun_Photon_Weather_Shield_Library.h"

Weather sensor;

float t = 0;    //actual temperature
float h = 0;    //humidity

void setup() {
    sensor.begin();
    sensor.setOversampleRate(7);
    sensor.setModeBarometer();
    delay(1000);
}

void loop() {
    getClimateData();
    publishData();
    delay(15000);
}

void getClimateData() {
    t = sensor.getTempF();
    h = sensor.getRH();
}

void publishData() {
    char payload[255]; 

    //  {
    //      "t": ##.#
    //      "h": ##.#
    //  }
    snprintf(payload, sizeof(payload), "{ \"t\": %.1f, \"h\": %.1f }", t, h);
    Particle.publish("climate", payload, 60);
}

structure-webhook.json

JSON
Webhook for Particle Cloud to Structure.
To create, run the following from the command line:
particle webhook create structure-webhook.json
{
    "event": "climate",
    "url": "https://triggers.getstructure.io/webhooks/replacethiskeywithyours",
    "requestType": "POST",
    "json": {
        "value1": "{{t}}",
        "value2": "{{h}}"
    },

    "mydevices": true
}

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Brian Krohn

Brian Krohn

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Maker, Tinkerer, Reverse Engineer, Quantum Mechanic, Binary Load Lifter

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