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eap904
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Another day, another sensor request... 

I'm going to go ahead and get this sensor, because I trust Atlas Scientific to make good things:
https://atlas-scientific.com/probes/co2-sensor/

I thought Mycodo / Kyle might be interested in supporting it :)
Appears there is a new suite of EZO sensors

Also, generally speaking, anything without official Mycodo support can be used via a script of some sort that returns the value correct? Most random components I run across already have some sort of RPi implementation, just not so easy as selecting from a drop down menu

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Kyle Gabriel
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Posted by: @eap904

I thought Mycodo / Kyle might be interested in supporting it :)

Always interested in expanding Atlas Scientific support. I've attached an Input Module you can save, rename the extension from txt to py, import on the Configure -> Custom Input page. After adding the Input, set Log Level: Debug and watch the Daemon Log after Activating for any errors or output that occurs.

Posted by: @eap904

anything without official Mycodo support can be used via a script of some sort that returns the value correct?

Yes, you can use the Linux Bash Command Input or Python Code Input to execute a script or arbitrary Python code to acquire measurements, if you don't want to build an entire Input Module, which sometimes helps with rapid prototyping or if there's already a bash script available that returns measurements.

Let me know if there are any issues while testing the module.

Mycodo Developer


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