Raspberry Pi Pico W as remote sensor code.

I collect temp data from various rooms in the house in order to adjust the AC infinity fans. To make this more accurate that the Venstar units, I am using Raspberry PI Picos as simple web servers I can poll.

main.py for the RPiP web server:

import network
import socket
import time
from machine import Pin, I2C        #importing relevant modules & classes
import bme280       #importing BME280 library
from machine import Pin

led = machine.Pin("LED", machine.Pin.OUT)

i2c=I2C(0,sda=Pin(0), scl=Pin(1), freq=400000)    #initializing the I2C method 

ssid = 'LAURENSON'
password = 'wifipasswordgoeshere'


while True:
    try:
        
        led.toggle()



        wlan = network.WLAN(network.STA_IF)
        wlan.active(True)
        wlan.connect(ssid, password)


        max_wait = 30
        while max_wait > 0:
            if wlan.status() < 0 or wlan.status() >= 3:
                break
            max_wait -= 1
            print('Waiting for a connection to ' + ssid)
            led.toggle()
            time.sleep(1)

        if wlan.status() != 3:
            raise RuntimeError('network connection failed')
        else:
            print('connected')
            status = wlan.ifconfig()
            print( 'ip = ' + status[0] )



        addr = socket.getaddrinfo('0.0.0.0', 80)[0][-1]

        s = socket.socket()
        s.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
        s.bind(addr)
        s.listen(1)
        led.toggle()

        print('listening on', addr)

        # Listen for connections
        while True:
            try:
                led.toggle()
                cl, addr = s.accept()
                print('client connected from', addr)
                request = cl.recv(1024)
                try:
                    bme = bme280.BME280(i2c=i2c)          #BME280 object created
                    print(bme.values)
                    stateis='{"temperature":' +bme.values[0] + ', "pressure":' + bme.values[1]+', "humidity":' + bme.values[2] + '}';
                except:
                    print("Shit happened... resetting")
                
                
                response = stateis

                cl.send('HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\nContent-type: text/html\r\n\r\n')
                cl.send(response)
                cl.close()

            except OSError as e:
                cl.close()
                print('connection closed')
                
    except:
        print("Something bad happened! Waiting 10s")
        time.sleep(10)


And the necessary BME280 include code:
# Authors: Paul Cunnane 2016, Peter Dahlebrg 2016
#
# This module borrows from the Adafruit BME280 Python library. Original
# Copyright notices are reproduced below.
#
# Those libraries were written for the Raspberry Pi. This modification is
# intended for the MicroPython and esp8266 boards.
#
# Copyright (c) 2014 Adafruit Industries
# Author: Tony DiCola
#
# Based on the BMP280 driver with BME280 changes provided by
# David J Taylor, Edinburgh (www.satsignal.eu)
#
# Based on Adafruit_I2C.py created by Kevin Townsend.
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
# of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
# in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
# to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
# copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
# furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
#
# The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
# all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
# AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
# LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
# OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
# THE SOFTWARE.


import time
from ustruct import unpack, unpack_from
from array import array

# BME280 default address.
BME280_I2CADDR = 0x76

# Operating Modes
BME280_OSAMPLE_1 = 1
BME280_OSAMPLE_2 = 2
BME280_OSAMPLE_4 = 3
BME280_OSAMPLE_8 = 4
BME280_OSAMPLE_16 = 5

BME280_REGISTER_CONTROL_HUM = 0xF2
BME280_REGISTER_CONTROL = 0xF4


class BME280:

    def __init__(self,
                 mode=BME280_OSAMPLE_1,
                 address=BME280_I2CADDR,
                 i2c=None,
                 **kwargs):
        # Check that mode is valid.
        if mode not in [BME280_OSAMPLE_1, BME280_OSAMPLE_2, BME280_OSAMPLE_4,
                        BME280_OSAMPLE_8, BME280_OSAMPLE_16]:
            raise ValueError(
                'Unexpected mode value {0}. Set mode to one of '
                'BME280_ULTRALOWPOWER, BME280_STANDARD, BME280_HIGHRES, or '
                'BME280_ULTRAHIGHRES'.format(mode))
        self._mode = mode
        self.address = address
        if i2c is None:
            raise ValueError('An I2C object is required.')
        self.i2c = i2c

        # load calibration data
        dig_88_a1 = self.i2c.readfrom_mem(self.address, 0x88, 26)
        dig_e1_e7 = self.i2c.readfrom_mem(self.address, 0xE1, 7)
        self.dig_T1, self.dig_T2, self.dig_T3, self.dig_P1, \
            self.dig_P2, self.dig_P3, self.dig_P4, self.dig_P5, \
            self.dig_P6, self.dig_P7, self.dig_P8, self.dig_P9, \
            _, self.dig_H1 = unpack("<HhhHhhhhhhhhBB", dig_88_a1)

        self.dig_H2, self.dig_H3 = unpack("<hB", dig_e1_e7)
        e4_sign = unpack_from("<b", dig_e1_e7, 3)[0]
        self.dig_H4 = (e4_sign << 4) | (dig_e1_e7[4] & 0xF)

        e6_sign = unpack_from("<b", dig_e1_e7, 5)[0]
        self.dig_H5 = (e6_sign << 4) | (dig_e1_e7[4] >> 4)

        self.dig_H6 = unpack_from("<b", dig_e1_e7, 6)[0]

        self.i2c.writeto_mem(self.address, BME280_REGISTER_CONTROL,
                             bytearray([0x3F]))
        self.t_fine = 0

        # temporary data holders which stay allocated
        self._l1_barray = bytearray(1)
        self._l8_barray = bytearray(8)
        self._l3_resultarray = array("i", [0, 0, 0])

    def read_raw_data(self, result):
        """ Reads the raw (uncompensated) data from the sensor.

            Args:
                result: array of length 3 or alike where the result will be
                stored, in temperature, pressure, humidity order
            Returns:
                None
        """

        self._l1_barray[0] = self._mode
        self.i2c.writeto_mem(self.address, BME280_REGISTER_CONTROL_HUM,
                             self._l1_barray)
        self._l1_barray[0] = self._mode << 5 | self._mode << 2 | 1
        self.i2c.writeto_mem(self.address, BME280_REGISTER_CONTROL,
                             self._l1_barray)

        sleep_time = 1250 + 2300 * (1 << self._mode)
        sleep_time = sleep_time + 2300 * (1 << self._mode) + 575
        sleep_time = sleep_time + 2300 * (1 << self._mode) + 575
        time.sleep_us(sleep_time)  # Wait the required time

        # burst readout from 0xF7 to 0xFE, recommended by datasheet
        self.i2c.readfrom_mem_into(self.address, 0xF7, self._l8_barray)
        readout = self._l8_barray
        # pressure(0xF7): ((msb << 16) | (lsb << 8) | xlsb) >> 4
        raw_press = ((readout[0] << 16) | (readout[1] << 8) | readout[2]) >> 4
        # temperature(0xFA): ((msb << 16) | (lsb << 8) | xlsb) >> 4
        raw_temp = ((readout[3] << 16) | (readout[4] << 8) | readout[5]) >> 4
        # humidity(0xFD): (msb << 8) | lsb
        raw_hum = (readout[6] << 8) | readout[7]

        result[0] = raw_temp
        result[1] = raw_press
        result[2] = raw_hum

    def read_compensated_data(self, result=None):
        """ Reads the data from the sensor and returns the compensated data.

            Args:
                result: array of length 3 or alike where the result will be
                stored, in temperature, pressure, humidity order. You may use
                this to read out the sensor without allocating heap memory

            Returns:
                array with temperature, pressure, humidity. Will be the one from
                the result parameter if not None
        """
        self.read_raw_data(self._l3_resultarray)
        raw_temp, raw_press, raw_hum = self._l3_resultarray
        # temperature
        var1 = ((raw_temp >> 3) - (self.dig_T1 << 1)) * (self.dig_T2 >> 11)
        var2 = (((((raw_temp >> 4) - self.dig_T1) *
                  ((raw_temp >> 4) - self.dig_T1)) >> 12) * self.dig_T3) >> 14
        self.t_fine = var1 + var2
        temp = (self.t_fine * 5 + 128) >> 8

        # pressure
        var1 = self.t_fine - 128000
        var2 = var1 * var1 * self.dig_P6
        var2 = var2 + ((var1 * self.dig_P5) << 17)
        var2 = var2 + (self.dig_P4 << 35)
        var1 = (((var1 * var1 * self.dig_P3) >> 8) +
                ((var1 * self.dig_P2) << 12))
        var1 = (((1 << 47) + var1) * self.dig_P1) >> 33
        if var1 == 0:
            pressure = 0
        else:
            p = 1048576 - raw_press
            p = (((p << 31) - var2) * 3125) // var1
            var1 = (self.dig_P9 * (p >> 13) * (p >> 13)) >> 25
            var2 = (self.dig_P8 * p) >> 19
            pressure = ((p + var1 + var2) >> 8) + (self.dig_P7 << 4)

        # humidity
        h = self.t_fine - 76800
        h = (((((raw_hum << 14) - (self.dig_H4 << 20) -
                (self.dig_H5 * h)) + 16384)
              >> 15) * (((((((h * self.dig_H6) >> 10) *
                            (((h * self.dig_H3) >> 11) + 32768)) >> 10) +
                          2097152) * self.dig_H2 + 8192) >> 14))
        h = h - (((((h >> 15) * (h >> 15)) >> 7) * self.dig_H1) >> 4)
        h = 0 if h < 0 else h
        h = 419430400 if h > 419430400 else h
        humidity = h >> 12

        if result:
            result[0] = temp
            result[1] = pressure
            result[2] = humidity
            return result

        return array("i", (temp, pressure, humidity))

    @property
    def values(self):
        """ human readable values """

        t, p, h = self.read_compensated_data()

        p = p // 256
        pi = p // 100
        pd = p - pi * 100

        hi = h // 1024
        hd = h * 100 // 1024 - hi * 100
        t = t/100
        t = (t * 1.8) + 32
        return ("{}".format(t), "{}.{:02d}".format(pi, pd),
                "{}.{:02d}".format(hi, hd))
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