This project uses an LCD screen and DHT22 to display temperature and humidity data, simultaneously collected from two different locations.
Using multiple Particle-based devices, you can collect and compare weather data from across the city or even across the world.
Using a Keypad to simulate a locking mechanism with LED lights. Input the right code and the respective LED turns on.
A home-based disaster detection and monitoring system for fire, flood, temperature, and humidity.
Remote Controlling a laser through the use of multiple argons.
Using a temperature sensor and 2 Particle Argons to read temperature in the apartment
The climate analyzer will read outdoor, bathroom, and indoor (reference) humidity.
A room monitoring system notifies a guard and allows him to respond quickly. The entire system can be monitored by a command room.
This device will monitor sound levels throughout the night and let you know if you are being too loud by flashing an LED.
This is an IOT project that uses two Particle Argons to detect when the washing machine cycle is finished and notify the user.
If you have owned/ own plants, you know its hard to keep them alive. The plant moisture sensor is here to help.
Two Argons use a motion sensor to detect motion, flash a led, and send you a text message thanking you for taking your pills.
This project involves incorporating two particle argon devices and measuring the ideal shower temperature.
A motion-sensing light system that has 2-way communication between 2 Particle Argons and uploads data to ThingSpeak.
Use the motion detector to notify you of when your kids try to sneak-a-peek at the presents!
This IOT project is used to collect data and notify the user when a safe or lockbox has been opened.
Want to know when someone opens your mail door? Well look no further, this device will do that for you.
This is an IOT project created for MEGR 3171 at UNC Charlotte. We hope you find it useful and can WAKEY WAKEY!
Ever wanted to make sure the beer in your refrigerator was cold? Look no further with the Argon inspired beer temperature sensor.
Turn your light switch on and off from your phone.
UNC Charlotte - MEGR3171 Introduction to Instrumentation - Fall 2019 IOT Project
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
Wanna spy on your significant other, creep out your roommates, or figure out who's stealing all your beer? This motion detector will help!
This project uses a DHT11 sensor to read the temperature and humidity and then displays these values on an LCD screen.