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QuickApp - SENSOR.COMMUNITY (PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure) ūüĆć


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This QuickApp reads the PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values directly from a sensor somewhere in this world
That sensor doesn't have to be your own sensor, any sensor can be used, just find one in your neighborhood 
For locating the sensor(ID's) in your neighborhood see:

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Select two (!) SensorID's, one for PM2.5 and PM10 values and one for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values

 

The PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure readings are stored in the value of six (child) devices, so you can read the value from your own scenes
This QuickApp will send notifications when PM2.5 or PM10 readings reach a breakpoint (if userID ~= 0)

 

Absolute humidity is the measure of water vapor (moisture) in the air, regardless of temperature. It is expressed as grams of moisture per cubic meter of air (g/m3) 

 

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See also

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See also for CVS files:

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See also

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API documentation:

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QuickApp variables (mandatory, they will be automatically added with the default values):

  • sensorID1 = [number] SensorID for PM2.5 and PM10 values, your own sensor or from someone else, 13463 is an example
  • sensorID2 = [number] SensorID for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values, your own sensor or from someone else, 13464 is an example
  • interval = [number] in seconds time to get the sensor data from sensor.community
  • timeout = [number] in seconds for http timeout
  • userID = [number] userID to notify of PM2.5 / PM10 breakpoints
  • debugLevel = [number] Debug logging (1=some, 2=few, 3=all) (default = 1)
  • icon = [numbber] User defined icon number (add the icon via an other device and lookup the number)


Version 1.0 (7th February 2021)

  • Added Child Devices for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure
  • Changed the quickapp variable SensorID to two variables, one for PM values and one for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values
  • Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1.
  • Added QuickApp Variable for user defined icon master device-- Added Airpressure Text in log of Airpressure Child Device
  • Removed QuickApp Variable address, there was no need to change it by user
  • Added values for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure to the lables
  • Added values for Country, Latitude and Longitude to the labels
  • Added Sensor ID to the log below the value
  • Added "Refresh" button
  • Added extra check for empty data return from Sensor Community

 

Version 0.4 (19th August 2020]

  • Added child devices for PM2.5 and PM10
  • Added time of measurement, adjusted to your timezone
  • Added Timeout QuickApp variable with high http timeout value to prevent errors
  • Error message instead off debug message in case of an error
  • Changed method of adding QuickApp variables, so they can be edited

 

Version 0.3 (15th June 2020)

  • Link¬†to¬†CVS¬†files¬†added¬†in¬†comment
  • Fixed¬†some¬†typos
  • Fixed¬†breakpoint¬†check¬†0¬†-¬†30¬†and¬†0¬†-¬†50¬†notifications
  • Fixed¬†retrieve¬†of¬†json¬†data

 

Version 0.2 (14th June 2020)
  • Link¬†to¬†API¬†documentation¬†added
  • Solved¬†bug¬†/¬†crash:¬†Better¬†selection¬†of¬†the¬†first¬†part¬†of¬†the¬†apiResult¬†
  • Changed¬†some¬†debugging¬†logica
  • Added¬†UserID¬†(mandatory)¬†for¬†sending¬†push¬†notifications
  • Added¬†push¬†notifications¬†based¬†on¬†the¬†PM2.5¬†and¬†PM10¬†breakpoints
  • Solved¬†bud¬†/¬†crash¬†if¬†there¬†only¬†was¬†one¬†reading¬†from¬†the¬†api,¬†most¬†of¬†the¬†time¬†there¬†are¬†two¬†readings¬†(last¬†5¬†minutes)

 

Version 0.1 (13th June 2020)

  • Initial version

 

Suggestions are welcome. If someone feels the need to improve the QuickApp, you are very welcome.  

 

    

 

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Download the QuickApp here (download the file and un-zip):

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or Fibaro Marketplace: 

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How to install: 

  1. Open the Configuration Interface
  2. Go to Settings > Devices
  3. Click  +
  4. Choose Other Device
  5. Choose Upload File
  6. Choose file from your computer with .fqa

 

 

 

 

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@SmartHomeEddy quick question

i have OWN sensor PM X.XX on my ESP8266 (thanks Peter for lib @petergebruers)

so my question is how I can post my sensor data to this site

i am  spend 15min!!!!!! By site and can’t find register button...

is I am totally bad?! ;) 

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Try this

 

It is possible to send the data collected with other hardware to our API. Some ready-made scripts and interfaces already exist for this purpose.

Raspberry PI:

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TheThingsNetwork, LoRaWAN:

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  • 4 hours ago, 10der said:

    @SmartHomeEddy quick question

    i have OWN sensor PM X.XX on my ESP8266 (thanks Peter for lib @petergebruers)

    so my question is how I can post my sensor data to this site

    i am  spend 15min!!!!!! By site and can’t find register button...

    is I am totally bad?! ;) 

     

    Yes, that one is hard to find ?. Use this link: 

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    On the upper part op the screen, you can register (and login to add or manage your devices)

     

     

    (BTW I updated the QuickApp, I messed up the json tabel)

     

     

     

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  • Yes, but it should not be a problem to rewrite it to a VD for a HC2

     

     

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  • The link to download the latest version of the Sensor Community QuickApp for the HC3, if you don‚Äôt own a sensor and want to use one in your neighborhood,¬†is in the first post.¬†

     

     

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  • The site of sensor community isn‚Äôt always online lately.¬†I think it is run by volunteers with gifts for the hardware. So¬†don‚Äôt get too nervous of some¬†"Operation canceled" or¬†"Connection reset by peer" messages in your¬†log. You could experiment some with the timeout value.¬†

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  • Nice to see how the air quality sensors are stationed around the world. Some of them are in the most remote places.

     

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  • Yes, a new version of Sensor-Community is available. You can now measure not only¬†PM2.5, PM10, but also¬†Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Air-pressure¬†without having your own sensor. You can simply use a sensor in your neighborhood.¬†

     

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    Version 1.0 (7th February 2021)

    • Added Child Devices for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure
    • Changed the quickapp variable SensorID to two variables, one for PM values and one for Temperature, Humidity and Airpressure values
    • Added Quickapp variable for debug level (1=some, 2=few, 3=all). Recommended default value is 1.
    • Added QuickApp Variable for user defined icon master device-- Added Airpressure Text in log of Airpressure Child Device
    • Removed QuickApp Variable address, there was no need to change it by user
    • Added values for Temperature, Humidity, Absolute Humidity and Airpressure to the lables
    • Added values for Country, Latitude and Longitude to the labels
    • Added Sensor ID to the log below the value
    • Added "Refresh" button
    • Added extra check for empty data return from Sensor Community
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