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Car Battery Wireless Voltmeter

Keep your eye on the battery state of charge

Car Battery Wireless Voltmeter
Granted, there are simpler ways to monitor your car battery voltage, but in the age of networked vehicles, we can exploit IoT technology, telemetry and network protocols so that you don’t even need to lift the hood.
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R = 1kΩ 5%, 0.25W, 250V

R = 5.6kΩ 5%, 0.25W, 250V

MOD1 = MagI³C-FDSM Fixed Step Down Regulator

MOD2 = DHT11 from the Elektor-ESP32-Smart Kit

MOD3 = LoRa Nexus Board

MOD4 = RFM95 Ultra LoRa Transceiver Module (868 MHz)

Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Starter Kit + free RPi compilation

J1,J2 = jumper wires from the Elektor ESP32-Smart-Kit

(optional) Large plug board

(optional) FT232R-USB/Serial Bridge/BOB (Elektor no. 110553-91)

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