Monitoring CO2 level in home-made fermentation box

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    What you're looking at is a graph showing the temperature (green) and CO2 concentration (yellow) in my home-made fermentation box. I've got an mh-z19b CO2 sensor hooked up to an esp8266 Wemos D1 mini configured with esphome, I then use a combination of home assistant and grafana to view the data. What you're seeing is a view from grafana. The temperature sensor used is not the one from mh-z19b (which only has a precision of 1C) but a BMP280 hooked up to the same ESP.

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    What you're looking at is a graph showing the temperature (green) and CO2 concentration (yellow) in my home-made fermentation box. I've got an mh-z19b CO2 sensor hooked up to an esp8266 Wemos D1 mini configured with esphome, I then use a combination of home assistant and grafana to view the data. What you're seeing is a view from grafana. The temperature sensor used is not the one from mh-z19b (which only has a precision of 1C) but a BMP280 hooked up to the same ESP.

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  • esphome

    ESPHome is a system to control your ESP8266/ESP32 by simple yet powerful configuration files and control them remotely through Home Automation systems.

    What you're looking at is a graph showing the temperature (green) and CO2 concentration (yellow) in my home-made fermentation box. I've got an mh-z19b CO2 sensor hooked up to an esp8266 Wemos D1 mini configured with esphome, I then use a combination of home assistant and grafana to view the data. What you're seeing is a view from grafana. The temperature sensor used is not the one from mh-z19b (which only has a precision of 1C) but a BMP280 hooked up to the same ESP.

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