ANAVI Gas Detector is here! It is a user-friendly and an entirely open source solution for monitoring indoor air quality and detecting dangerous gases.
ANAVI Gas Detector combines open source hardware with free and open source software. The source code and the schematics are available at GitHub. Only free and open source software tools like KiCAD and OpenSCAD have been used to design the printedcircuit board and the acrylic case.
ANAVI Gas Detector is fully compliant with Arduino IDE, PlatformIO, the popular open source home automation software platforms Home Assistant, and OpenHAB via the lightweight messaging protocol MQTT as well as ThingSpeak, the open IoT platform with MATLAB analytics.
ANAVI Gas Detector has a dedicated slot for MQ 5 V analog gas sensor modules and it is powered by the ESP8266 microcontroller with Wi-Fi. All kits include MQ-135 gas sensor for detecting air quality. A huge variety of additional sensors are also supported. You can attach up to 3 I²C sensor modules and a mini OLED display.
We are ready for manufacturing in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, EU and now we need your support. We hope you’ll jump in and help us bring this entirely open source project to life!
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