It’s not officially supported, although @kreggly made a post guessing which libraries are required to make it work. I thought I added one to my amazon order last week but must not have made it in. I’ll get one ordered today and hopefully give it a try this week.
Benny, I got the DHT22 and Arduino working perfectly now! I think I fully understand the issue of virtual pins you were talking about yesterday. I’m going to play with triggers and then move on to the sensors!
Benny, the triggers are working and the notifications to email and the phone work. Since I have an Apple watch, the notications show up there too! I’m going to try and set up the Raspberry Pi Zero to work with the Arduino and triggers.
I’ll let you know how that works.
Benny, if I wanted to send one of the community members code to a project, how do I do it?
I tried to copy and paste the code into a reply to his message and it showed up in a couple of different fonts and random parts of the code were gone.
As I am new to the all stuff, based on your experiences, do you think that with Arduino, Cayenne and DHT_Cay.txt code can I hang several (multiple) DHT22 sensors and make a viable automation project? I need several DHT sensors in the project.
Bestes, pls add me on the list.
I hope you are very well, I saw that now we can add the DHT11 with Raspberry Pi, that is a great knew, I tried to find some videos that help me to understand how could I add this client (DHT11), do you know if there is any information about it?.
@adam created a great tutorial for adding the DHT11 / 22 sensor to the Cayenne dashboard using the Cayenne MQTT API. I realize this is probably not what you had in mind, but you can now read data from your DHT11 sensors, and send the values to Cayenne from the Raspberry Pi! I’m hoping you will give it a try, here is the post you can reference: