This is a breakout board for Bosch BME280 high-precision, low-power combined humidity, pressure, and temperature sensor. Additionally, the sensor can measure the approximate altitude of a place. It can be connected to a microcontroller like Arduino & Raspberry Pi and programmed through I2C.
Our team is a big fan of the Raspberry Pi mini computer. We’re really keen to help the Raspberry Pi community develop their own projects and start working on experiments whilst learning.
Instructions, data sheets and code are linked below. A great project by Dcube Tech Ventures:
The BME280 Temperature, Pressure and Humidity Sensor can be used for:
- Building your own weatherproof case and monitoring temperature, pressure and humidity in remote locations.
- Monitoring the air quality around your home in combination with our Sensly HAT.
- School experiments.