MoreSense CO2, Hum, Temp, Indoor Air MQTT Sensor

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Bwired
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MoreSense CO2, Hum, Temp, Indoor Air MQTT Sensor

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HI Guys
Picking up the hobby a bit again.

I found this nice MQTT AirSensor Display from Lars Who is building these nice gadgets
Very Nice thing About it That you can Also Display your own status text via MQTT on the panel
Also all the values can be send to via MQTT to Homey, Home Assistant, Domoticz or your own system (in my case)
25cm x 13 cm x 4cm

Wifi
Diff Colors
Bosch BME60 Sensor
SenseAir CO2
Temp
Air Pressure
Humidity
IAQ
Rotate
Beeps
MQTT
Rest API
Wifi Socket connector
Etc.

I have no Commercial stake in this at all and i also do not get discount :-)
Check his website, I think his new sensor is not on there yet, because its brand new.

https://link.marktplaats.nl/m1786053871
https://moresense-nl.com/
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Re: MoreSense CO2, Hum, Temp, Indoor Air MQTT Sensor

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Looks interesting, did you already buy one?
if so, let us know what you think
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Re: MoreSense CO2, Hum, Temp, Indoor Air MQTT Sensor

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yes i bought one, its working great, and displaying mqtt messages is cool
firmware request are handled fast also
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Re: MoreSense CO2, Hum, Temp, Indoor Air MQTT Sensor

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Built an Awtrix 2 last year, which has a sort of app-store with lots of interesting stuff. But the real nice thing is that you can also feed the display with messages (and animations) via MQTT. Very cool to build (having access to a laser cutter at home helps :) ) and a real eye-catcher when running.
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