Wireless Environmental Sensor

Your repository for wireless environmental sensor node design resources


Environmental sensors monitor various climate factors including temperature, humidity, ambient light, air quality or a combination of these. Environmental sensors can be used to collect sensor data from several locations and send the aggregated data to the HVAC system. The HVAC system can now leverage demand controlled ventilation and other intelligent controls to run more efficiently. TI designs show how to reduce consumption making placement away from windows, doors, and under HVAC supply air vents more convenient and less intrusive.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows, so does the demand for wirelessly connected environmental sensors. TI has what you need to connect your environmental temperature and humidity sensor to a smart thermostat, whether that means designing efficient low power wireless solutions, or retrofitting existing hardware to an increasingly connected world. Our reference designs also illustrate ways to achieve 10+ year battery life on a wireless sensor node, significantly decreasing maintenance costs. Placing an environmental sensor network across several rooms or zones also allows for better monitoring and control of HVAC systems. More efficient building automation systems lead to lower energy costs and increased occupancy comfort.

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