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GreenHouse Monitoring System using Arduino

The kit can provide the components needed to implement a greenhouse monitoring system. Including an Arduino Nano development board and an ESP8266 greenhouse monitoring system, as well as a Seeedstudio Grove module and a Li-Ion Battery. The greenhouse monitoring system can realize real-time monitoring of the air quality, soil moisture, environmental temperature and humidity in the greenhouse.

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    The kit can provide the components needed to implement a greenhouse monitoring system. Including an Arduino Nano development board and an ESP8266 greenhouse monitoring system, as well as a Seeedstudio Grove module and a Li-Ion Battery. The greenhouse monitoring system can realize real-time monitoring of the air quality, soil moisture, environmental temperature and humidity in the greenhouse

    Elmin Delibašić provided us with a tutorial on how to create a greenhouse monitoring system. The greenhouse monitoring system can realize real-time monitoring of the air quality, soil moisture, environmental temperature and humidity in the greenhouse. Multiple sensors read multiple data and send them to the application. It can realize the relevant situation of the greenhouse at any time on the mobile terminal, so that corresponding measures can be taken.

    Before officially starting this project, you should prepare the listed Arduino Nano development board and ESP8266 greenhouse monitoring system, Seeedstudio Grove module, and a Li-Ion Battery, jumper and other components. In addition, the Li-Ion Battery is not included in the component purchase link we provide, and you can use your power bank. After preparing these things, we can start building our greenhouse monitoring system!

    The setup of the system is easy to get started. You can connect all components according to the provided Schematics. After the hardware connection is completed, connect the power supply through the USB cable to power the Arduino Nano. Before that, you should download the latest Arduino IDE and install related library files. You can download and burn the code through the web page. For specific operations and codes, please refer to GreenHouse Monitoring System.

    Features

    • Collect, measure and visualize air quality, soil moisture, temperature and humidity on the screen

    • Support cloud and remote collection of greenhouse real-time data via WiFi

    Application

    • Greenhouse real-time monitoring

    • Smart plant factory

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