Using a WiFly to Network Air Quality Sensors

The Roving Networks WiFly RN-XV is a nice little device. For $35 at SparkFun you get a low-power 802.11b module with a real-time clock, analog and GPIO pins, basic DNS and HTTP literacy. It’s a perfectly capable wireless sensor node, just by itself. It even has a nifty UART trigger mode, where incoming serial input will send a basic GET request to your favorite URL with the payload tacked on.

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