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TinySensor server

Posted on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 in R-Pi, sensors by DP

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Steve’s TinySensor server project,¬†that is available at Github:

Well after almost a year I decided it was time to update this project with improvements to both its hardware and software.
On the hardware side, the server is still the original Raspberry Pi model B, but I’ve mounted the nRF24L01+ radio on a neat little Slice of Pi board. (These boards also have traces for mounting XBees with their unusual pin spacing. And they’re cheap!)

Project details at Bits on a Board blog.

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