Occupancy and Air Sensor
Detect movement and room conditions and connect over WiFi with a passive IR occupancy sensor, barometer, temperature and humidity sensors, and the Microchip ATSAMW25 module. Prototype quickly with RoomSense and MyDevices Cayenne.
RoomSense Occupancy and Air Sensor
Use sensor data to control your home with the RoomSense passive-IR board. Plug it in to any powered USB port and deliver occupancy, temperature, humidity and barometric pressure to your home automation system.
This tiny USB dongle uses a passive IR motion detector, and temperature, humidity and barometric sensors to monitor a room's conditions and occupancy. The Microchip ATSAMW25 provides a SAMD21 Cortex-M0+ MCU and WiFi connectivity. It integrates easily with cloud IoT platforms such as MyDevices Cayenne.
Pre-flashed with the Arduino bootloader, the RoomSense is easily deployable as a home automation device by developers of all skill levels.
- ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU at 48 MHz
- 802.11b/g/n WiFi
- Barometer, humidity and temperature sensors
- Passive IR motion detector
- Powered over USB
Customize Your Board
Customize the RoomSense to your project's specific needs in Geppetto D2O. Add sensors or remove unused components with the ease of a drag-and-drop interface.
Learn more about this product by checking out the following:
Articles from Gumstix blog:
Barometric pressure sensor
|Flash Memory (NAND)||
5V from USB standard A plug
32 KB SRAM
Temperature and Humidity Sensor
Passive IR motion detector
|Digital Temperature Sensor||SI7021 Temperature Sensor IC, Digital, 0.4 C, -40 C, 85 C, DFN, 6|
|Passive Infrared (PIR) Detector Controller||NCS36000 Series 5.75 V Passive Infrared (PIR) Detector Controller - SOIC-14|
|Microchip ATSAMW25 SmartConnect||SmartConnect ATWINC1500B-MU-T Module - SmartConnect ATWINC1500B-MU-T Module/ MODULE (R6)|
|MS5611 Barometric Sensor||A high resolution altitude and digital atmospheric pressure sensor accurate to within 10 cm.||Specs|
|PIR Fresnel Lens||PIR Fresnel Lens|
Please read the instructions in the README file carefully before starting. Instructions and functions are explained in the file.
Files that are needed (such as bootloader and operating system) to create a bootable disk image, are available below.
Our Support page links additional resources.
|Example Sketch||Example Arduino Sketch|