Indoor Conditions (Office)

67.3°
Temperature (F)
31.1%
Humidity

Mins and Maxes
Highest Temperature: 69.8° at 2017-12-13 06:47:41
Lowest Temperature: 66.9° at 2017-12-13 15:52:15

Highest Humidity: 45.2% at 2017-12-13 17:28:13
Lowest Humidity: 25.4% at 2017-12-13 16:13:34

Latest Reading: 2017-Dec-13 07:09:47pm Mountain Time
Current Time: 2017-Dec-13 07:11:24pm Mountain Time


Sensor Information: ID: sf-photon

This indoor sensor is a SparkFun Photon RedBoard, https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13321 with a SparkFun RHT03 (also known by DHT-22) temperature and humidity sensor and a SparkFun mini photocell https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9088 to measure light levels. I programmed the Photon RedBoard using Particle's online IDE at https://www.particle.io/ . Particle Photons are a great introduction to WiFi enabled projects. The SparkFun Experiment Guide for their Photon Inventor's Kit https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/sparkfun-inventors-kit-for-photon-e... is an excellent resource for building your first Photon projects. I also added a Micro OLED from SparkFun https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13003 in order to display real-time temperature/humidity/light measurements. The Photon code queries the sensors and updates the display every two seconds. But only pushes data to the SpiffyBot database every five minutes. The numbers on the bottom row are for debugging. They represent the number of milliseconds it takes to POST data to the SpiffyBot database. Typical response times are around half a second. Not too shabby.