Blake Bourque
Published © MIT

Sump Pump Monitor

Do you have sump pumps? Do you know how often they run? Here we present a non-invasive monitoring solution.

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Sump Pump Monitor

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Argon
Particle Argon
The Argon will be our bridge to receive the bluetooth messages from the Ruuvi and relay them to the cloud.
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Ruuvi Bluetooth Beacon
The Ruuvi beacons measure humidity, temperature, barometric pressure, acceleration x, y, z and broadcast this data in a BLE advertisement packet every .25 of a second.
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
The visualization, data storage and glue code need to run on a server. An inexpensive option is the Raspberry Pi. I'd recommend the 2GB or 4GB RAM models.
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Software apps and online services

grafana
Visualization front end for IoT data.
influxDB
IoT metrics storage
Node-RED
Node-RED
NodeRED serves as the IoT glue between the data published by the Particle Argon and the InfluxDB

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Code

Particle Firmware

Credits

Blake Bourque

Blake Bourque

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