[nSLUG] Inexpensive decibel meter for a project?
j.maxuel at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 14:06:37 AST 2015
I will have to look these sites up, even if it is not a good fit for this
project, maybe something to play with down the road.
"One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
- Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson
On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 1:55 PM, George N. White III <gnwiii at gmail.com>
> There is a new industry creating low-power bluetooth sensors that run for
> months off a CR2032 or AAA battery. Parrot (French company that also makes
> UAV's) makes a light+temperature+moisture sensor for plants.
> http://www.elinux.org/RPi_Bluetooth_LE discusses Bluetooth LE, but with
> wireless you might be able to record
> data on a system located in a secure area.
> Tessle.io has a modular USB-based system with a range of sensors with
> linux support, including an "ambient" sensor for light and sound.
> On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 12:05 PM, Joel Maxuel <j.maxuel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I thought I may had the solution to this, but now it's time for me to ask
>> I volunteered for a project at work in one of the nursing units, to
>> measure noise pollution, and maybe even light pollution, over a given night
>> (exported into say, a CSV/XML spreadsheet), at a patients bedside. I
>> figured a Raspberry Pi would be up to the job for that, but apparently not:
>> The budget is in the $100 range, mostly because we don't want a device
>> people could just walk off with (which is why a phone app isn't looking
>> like a good option right now).
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on what would work, bonus points being
>> open source? Much appreciated.
>> Joel Maxuel
>> "One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
>> - Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson
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