@ -19,7 +19,18 @@ higher concentrations of CO2 inside will make you sleepy and have an impact on y
just solder everything according to the connection schema.
get yourself a copy of esphome (https://esphome.io/) and compile the firmware with 'esphome co2sensor.yaml run' - hold boot on your esp until fw upload start.
get yourself a copy of esphome (https://esphome.io/) and compile the firmware with 'co2ampel=USER_ROOMesphome co2sensor.yaml run' (replace user with a nick that identifies you or your organisation and room with the place the sensor is located at - these will be used for online graphing!)
hold boot on your esp32 until fw upload starts.
place the sensor in your room, keep it away from direct exposure of breath (give it at least 1-2m distance to humans or other co2 sources to get the average co2 level of the room)
when there is a freifunk wifi around there is nothing to do for you, same when you defined your own wifi via secrets.yaml.
else just wait a bit and the sensor will spawn an wifi without a password. connect with your phone and choose to login or open http://192.168.4.1 in a browser to enter your wifi credentials
when everything is done, the default config will send the sensor readings back to the project where you can view online graphs (see grafana)
there is a quick setup on http://co2.cyber23.de:3000/d/1axlpIdGk/co2?orgId=1&refresh=10s your sensor should apper in the list as soon it has wifi