Pachube Feed From the Lab

Pachube is an excellent web-based platform that lets you connect to real-time sensor, energy and environment data from objects, devices & buildings around the world.

The site is currently in beta testing phase, but there are tons of interesting feeds you can already use in your projects. For example, this feed: http://www.pachube.com/feeds/5692 comes from a buoy near the Hawaiian Islands and it gives  you – among other things – data of the height of the waves in the ocean.

I’ve set up a live Pachube feed from the lab. This is the data that is currently being logged:

  • Light Intensity Value
  • Temperature (in Celcius)
  • Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
  • Humidity %
  • PIR motion sensor

This is the data from the light sensor, (although with a small delay in time?):

Check out the feed at http://www.pachube.com/feeds/7728 and read the tutorials on the Pachube site to get an idea how to use the data in your projects and how to set up your own feed.

— edit by tomtom:

Hello from Pöykkölä!

I’ve nearly dismantled all the 27 boxes with our stuff and checked out if the PachubeNode still works. It does, and now we have a window we can open, so let’s set up a feed which actually measures daylight and outside temperature 🙂