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DIY Weather Station

by lazyzero, published

DIY Weather Station by lazyzero May 3, 2016

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Summary

After a few snippets Arduino code for the ESP8266, I now have a concrete project that I want to solve with the ESP8266. I like to build a weather station that not simply measures and displays like a traditional weather station, but more like a DIY Netatmo also providing the data via a mobile website.

More information about the project and recent updates on http://lazyzero.de/en/elektronik/esp8266/diy_weather/

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Printer:

Mini Fabrikator V1.5

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Doesn't Matter

Resolution:

0.2mm

Infill:

20%


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related to weather station i did my own here who use a shield to send data over a site i coded for https://hackaday.io/project/2938-weather-station
tough i need to rewrite it but maybe that can give you some idea for your station.

Thanks for sharing your project. I will use node-red to collect, process and display the data of my weather nodes.

Christian

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