It'd be cool to have some PM2.5 air quality sensors in or around the house, especially during fire season. Every year I poke at commercially available products, but always want (a) something that I can grab data from easily over the network, but (b) something that doesn't phone home or only phones home to something I trust—effectively nothing.
I have a personal Pullman air quality site up that reads the latest data from one of the nearby public air quality sensors. Anything I do with DIY sensors could be added to that page.
It'd be cool if a final answer did something close to these but without relying on a central service or proprietary nonsense.
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