Arduino Uno Wireless Weather Station

Arduino Uno Wireless Weather Station

“In this Instructable I am going to show you how to build a Wireless Weather Station using ArduinoA Weather station is a device that collects data related to the weather and environment using many different sensors. We can measure many things like: TemperatureHumidityWindBarometric PressureUV index RainMine inspiration to create this weather station is Greg from www.cactus.io Davis anemometer …

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ESP8266 & Public “Free” MQTT Broker HiveMQ & Node-RED

ESP8266 & Public “Free” MQTT Broker HiveMQ & Node-RED

“The MQTT protocol has taken great strength in recent years since it is simple, safe, practical and lightweight perfect for IoT and M2M applications.Thanks to the contribution of developers and developers of MQTT applications, there are public MQTT Broker for Internet monitoring and control tests, are available to connect from any MQTT client in this case we will use …

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Arduino temperature Logger with SD card

Arduino temperature Logger with SD card

“We developed this outdoor stable temperature logger ourselves and programmed it in cooperation with Dominikus Pfeiffer. We use this to record the ambient temperature for our small weather station in North Berlin, Germany. You can also use it in cold rooms or in the apartment to analyze purposes. Thanks to Windows and Macintosh Excel / Numbers tables you can create wonderful …

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Temperature Controlled Fan With LED Status

Temperature Controlled Fan With LED Status

“Simple ATtiny85 fan controller to turn a fan on/off based on temperature. Includes an LED as a temperature indicator. LED is dim at start of fan on temperature and blinks when above a max temperature. Fan is not PWM controlled since I am using a small 5V fan which is quiet running at 100%. The controller is in sleep …

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Pool Buddy

Pool Buddy

“Instead of performing regular checks with tester kits to maintain adequate pH and chloride levels in our (small) swimming pool, I decided to build a project that monitors the water continuously and registers the data online so I can easily inspect it. Although quite expensive, I decided to go with the Ph and ORP kits by atlas-scientific.com. The choice …

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