Old Felixstowe Weather Station. Arduino + Weather Display

315MHz and 433MHz wireless connections are very commonly used by consumer electronics including weather stations, home automation remote controls, power consumption meters, car alarms, and also many DIY projects.
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Old Felixstowe Weather Station. Arduino + Weather Display

Post by rachalmers » Wed Sep 24, 2014 6:57 am

The whole thing needs a bit of work still, but it is working. Weather Display software is commercial software, but the writer of the software has generously added Arduino weather station capability to it for us. weather-dsiplay.com will find that.

My weather station is here.
I’m pulling in the transmission from a LaCrosse TX13 outdoor transmitter station – Rain, Wind, Temp, and a BMP180 Pressure and indoor temp sensor set up on the ASK Weather Receiver board on the Freetronics Uno.
All the code is here on this site, and although I’ve had to tweak it a little from the original, for the rainfall bit, not much really has changed.
It compiles on either Windows or Mac.

Weather Display unfortunately only runs on Windows and Linux …
The Old Felixstowe Weather Station should give you a good idea of what it’s doing.

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