Monitoring

For advanced users

It is possible to log the CO2 concentration via the Wi-Fi connection shown on the display panel of the CO2 meter is present. To make this possible, the data from the sensor must be sent in a certain "language". The CO2 Sensor can transmit data via MQTT and REST.

Which one do you use best? Well, to this day there is not really a winner. MQTT is praised for its message reliability, the fact that it is extremely light and battery-friendly. REST on the other hand is easy to use, scalable and language independent.

Which one you choose is up to you.

REST

Waylay has created a nice manual for creating a dashboard via REST. You can download the here find.

MQTT

Here you can find a step-by-step guide to using MQTT with Tago.io.

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