Easy IoT weather station with multiple sensors

Easy IoT Weather Station With Multiple Sensors

  • The big advantage of the NodeMcu board is that the board can be programmed in the arduino environment: arduino IDE.
  • I was looking for a board that could connect my projects to the internet.
  • The NodeMcu board did look a lot like an arduino and it felt very familar.
  • The BMP sensor measures the temp.
  • NodeMcu board (V0.9 or V1.0), programmed with arduino IDE (easy);

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A weather station is a fun project that teaches you a ton about electronics with the added benefit being an actually useful little device. The project requires a bunch of cheap parts and sensors totaling less than $15, and the whole thing ends up fitting in your hand. The station creates a web site that monitors temperature, dew point, humidity, pressure, light index, and rain (Thingspeak channel). It’s a pretty easy set up, and you’ll just need some basic electronics skills to get it going.There are some other NodeMcu or ESP8266 weather stations published on the web. Nevertheless they do not include the sensors I used and often are programmed in the more difficult language: LUA. This weather channel has got the following (unique) characteristics: NodeMcu board (V0.9 or V1.0), programmed with arduino IDE (easy); Streaming data to Thinkspeak (also easy!); DHT11/22 sensor; BMP180 sensor; Rain sensor; Light sensor; Piezzo …


Easy IoT weather station with multiple sensors

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