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DFRobot released its latest wide range Arduino infrared CO2 sensor, which effective range is up to 0~50000ppm. This sensor is based on non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) … read moreRead more
Someone please help me to use this sensor on raspi 3. I have tried many ways but its not working. Im using python for the language. Any python code and how to properly interface it with raspi via UART would be really helpful. Thank you
The Raspberry Pi 3 has built in UART hardware so you should be able to use the bundled modules to interface with UART ports. If you’re not sure on this, Google should have plenty of info on this topic. But I would suggest maybe starting with some more basic Raspberry Pi projects first. Take a look at our Raspberry Pi tutorials to get some ideas on other Pi projects you can do.