From the Home Assistant sidebar, click Configuration
Then, click Integrations.
Scroll down to Set up a new integration, find ESPHome and click Configure
Set the Host to the
Home Assistant should attempt to connect to the Feather.
After connecting, the feather with BME280 will appear under Configured with three icons for the three types of data the BME280 sensor produces - humidity, pressure, and temperature.
Navigating to the Home page should bring up the dashboard with the BME280 temperature, pressure, and humidity displayed.
Data from the Feather Huzzah sensor is also sent to Adafruit IO every
You can view this data in real-time from the Adafruit IO monitor page:
You can also create an Adafruit IO Dashboard with line graphs to visualize the data from the sensor over multiple weeks.
If you would like to download all of the stored data from a feed (the BME280's temperature data, for example), you can do so by following this guide.