MYOSA Sensorboards are the part of MYOSA Plug-n-Play concept, which on simply connecting to the MYOSA Motherboard will start reading the inputs from the Sensorboard and display it on the OLED. This relieves you from all the toil of connecting jumper wires, writing the code to get the readings, setting it up and all the mess. The readings will also be immediately displayed on the MYOSA Mobile App in the form of graphs if it is connected with the MYOSA Motherboard. You can also connect sensors and inputs which aren’t a part of MYOSA Kit simply like you connect it to other boards in the market.
Sensors in MYOSA
A luminosity sensor measures the intensity of light. It converts light energy into an electrical signal output. Light sensors are commonly known as Photo Sensors as they convert light energy (photons) into electricity (electrons). For technical specifications, datasheet, code and other details Click here
Temperature and Humidity sensorTemperature sensor senses and measures temperature, i.e. amount of heat energy generated by an object or a system. It allows us to detect any change in temperature.
Humidity is the amount of water present in air. The humidity sensor measures humidity of the given system. It is different from the moisture sensor. Moisture sensor measures amount of water in any solid or liquid and hence is used to measure moisture present in soil, etc. and not in air. For technical specifications, datasheet, code and other details Click here
Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes. Accelerometers can measure acceleration (static as well as dynamic). An accelerometer is capable of measuring acceleration on one, two, or three axes, depending on its type.
It also measures “CO2 equivalent” present in the atmosphere (and not the actual CO2). Equivalent CO2 means the change in level or concentration of CO2 present in the atmosphere and not the concentration of CO2 itself. It is used in HVAC (Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems like AC, Refrigerator, etc. to measure the rise in the level of CO2 or room occupancy by people. For technical specifications, datasheet, code and other details Click here
RGB and Gesture Sensor
This sensor offers ambient light and color measuring and touchless gesture sensing. A gesture sensor is a computing device that visually detects change in various hand gestures and sends signal accordingly. The RGB sensor detects the value of each of the Red, Blue and Green channels of vision and gives output value for each of them. For technical specifications, datasheet, code and other details Click here