Measure your world with Ruuvi Tags and Particle Monitor One

Seamlessly blend Monitor One's robust features with Ruuvi Tags' versatility for enhanced insights.


This project enables you to transmit Ruuvi tag measurements to the Particle cloud using Monitor One.

Ruuvi Tags

With Ruuvi sensors you can measure temperature, air humidity, air pressure and movement at home, in your hobbies, or at work.

You can find them at

Particle Monitor One

A Field-Ready, Yet Customizable IoT Gateway. Track and manage assets with reliable and dynamic cellular connectivity (LTE CAT 1/LTE CAT M1) and BLE.

Read more about them here: Monitor One - A Rugged and Customizable IoT Gateway | Particle.

How this project works

Using BLE on the Monitor One, the firmware provided with this project scans for Ruuvi tags and sends the first tag found to the Particle Cloud.

From there, you can send this information to the Web Service of your choice via Particle Webhooks.

The cloud

Even if you do not configure any webhook, your Monitor One will publish this information to the cloud every now and then, depending on its configuration.

Use the Particle cloud console at to see it:

You can also request the information at any time with the {"cmd":"get_loc"} command:

Wrap up

This project supports one Ruuvi tag but you can add as many as you like by modifying the code.

The code can also be used on other Particle devices like Argon (Wi-Fi), Photon 2 (Wi-Fi), Boron (Cellular) and Tracker One (Cellular).

Thank you!

Github source code

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Wow, Gus, this is amazing! Great work!

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Hey Gus, great work on this! Love to see the Monitor One being used as a gateway for BLE tags.

A former Solutions Architect developed a BLE beacon scanner library — you may consider adding these tags to the supported list. It's a fairly small effort to add new ones, and I'd love to see the list grow.

Thanks for sharing your work with everyone.

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Thanks Dan, good idea, I'll look at what Mariano did and see if I can add the Ruuvi tags.