I currently have a Wemos transmitting relative-humidity and oxygen data from an Adafruit Si7021 sensor to my MySQL database, with the Wemos is being powered by a 5 volt power bank. Now I would like to add a LuminOx oxygen sensor to the breadboard to read oxygen values.
The LuminOx sensor does not require an Arduino library however you should familiarise yourself with the sensor ([url removed, login to view]), in particular the pins in order to correctly wire the sensor to the Wemos, how to communicate with the sensor via the Arduino sketch and the necessary input voltage. You will need to competently connect the LuminOx sensor plus the Adafruit Si7021 sensor ([url removed, login to view]) to the Wemos D1 Mini V2.3.0, ensuring for example that they do not compromise one another and they they have sufficient voltage, and in doing so display a thorough knowledge of electronics and utilising resistors/capacitors/logic converters/additional components wherever necessary. You should also familiarise yourself with our current Arduino sketch and be able to make the necessary changes/additions in order to read oxygen values from the LuminOx and send these via GET to our server.
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Hi, I have experience in Arduino developing. I can do your project. Best regards. Relevant Skills and Experience Arduino Proposed Milestones £200 GBP - Milestone
[login to view URL] I can help you. I heave experience with Arduino, and i2c and uart protocols. there should be no interference between sensors as they work using different protocols.