Live Data Logging from the Silicon Labs Sensor Puck (Data collected via a BeagleBone Black)

It feels a little weird that I’m allowing you all to see the data of my personal bedroom, but hey, it all works.

I’ll eventually do a full write-up, hopefully with fixed formatting so that my code is legible, and since I’ve managed to find and decode the Light Intensity data from the BTLE packets, but for now, here’s a visualization of the raw data being logged.

Big shoutouts to Luke Beno, owner/operator of analog.io, for running this service, based off of SparkFun’s Phant.

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One Response to Live Data Logging from the Silicon Labs Sensor Puck (Data collected via a BeagleBone Black)

  1. Cay says:

    This is realy a nice idea!! Can you tell me how to do that. I also got a sensor puck here and i would like to show a graph/live date from my greenhouse.
    best regards
    cay

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