which Co2 sensor?

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which Co2 sensor?

Postby emme » Thursday 10 November 2016 11:45

Hi,

I'm looking for a Co2 sensor (actually more than one) possibly connected via ZWave or RFXCOM433 (MySensors is not in the game at the moment :P)

I have no clue on where to go..... Any suggestion?! :P
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which Co2 sensor?

Postby Flopp » Sunday 27 November 2016 0:04

I googled "zwave CO2" and got this

http://www.vesternet.com/z-wave-sensoai ... co2-sensor

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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby antares » Wednesday 11 January 2017 13:41

Does anyone have a suggestion of which CO2 sensors they would actually recommend? Google spits them out, but I would be happy to hear about experiences in a) interoperability with Domoticz and b) overall satisfaction with the devices.

Thanks!

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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby emme » Wednesday 11 January 2017 13:53

I actually moved to netatmo home coach.....
which seems to be the best "out-of-the-box" solution

but maybe not the cheapest one
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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby antares » Wednesday 11 January 2017 14:05

emme wrote:I actually moved to netatmo home coach.....
which seems to be the best "out-of-the-box" solution

but maybe not the cheapest one


But that's not working with Domoticz, is it?

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Re: which Co2 sensor?

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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby Derik » Thursday 12 January 2017 9:16

Or buy a Nest protect....
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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby Flopp » Thursday 12 January 2017 10:21

antares wrote:Does anyone have a suggestion of which CO2 sensors they would actually recommend? Google spits them out, but I would be happy to hear about experiences in a) interoperability with Domoticz and b) overall satisfaction with the devices.

Thanks!

I am using MySensors. I bought a MH-Z19(~USD20) and I am happy with the results.

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Re: which Co2 sensor?

Postby vlast3k » Thursday 12 January 2017 13:14

antares wrote:Does anyone have a suggestion of which CO2 sensors they would actually recommend?

A couple of years ago I started making the vAir CO2 Monitor. It is mainly driven by demand from home automation enthusiasts so you will find easy integration with almost any home automation system. With time it got quite a reach feature set. Different CO2 Sensors, Dust measurement, temperature, humidity, pressure. RF 433 and Wifi. It is very customizable so you can select only the sensors you need and manage the cost. Comes with a 3d Printed enclosure. A lot of people in the Domoticz forum already use it.

See here for a detailed description on the functionality
Also have a look on the Promotions that will last until this Sunday
And here is a direct link to the shop page

In fact buying a commercial CO2 monitor for use with any home automation system means you will pay a lot for features you do not need.
Few days ago i made an breakdown of where the costs go in production of devices for the public. If you like you can have a look here


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