ESP8266 Weather Station Kit with Sensors and 0.96 Display
ESP8266 Weather Station Kit with Temperature Humidity, Atmospheric, Pressure and Light Sensors with a 0.96 Display.
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- ESP8266: CP2102 chip inside, Micro USB,4MB flash, full I/O port and wireless 802.11 supported with IOT platform.
- DHT11 Sensor: A digital signal output with a calibrated temperature and humidity combined sensor. The simple communication protocol greatly reduces the programming effort required
- BMP180: high-precision, small size, ultra-low power 3μA pressure sensor. Its performance excellence, the absolute accuracy of the lowest can reach 0.03hPa. Can directly through the I2C bus connected with a variety of microprocessors. Pressure range: 300 ~ 1100hPa.
- BH1750FVI: Digital Light intensity Sensor. Direct digital output, complex calculation is omitted, omitting calibration.
- OLED Yellow Blue Display :0.96″ SSD1306 128X64 Yellow & Blue OLED LCD Display with I2C IIC SPI Serial
- Kits designed only for Windows OS
- Get weather data from OpenWeathermap at regular intervals, showing the weather of today and weather forecast for next 3 days in any city in the world
- Read the current temperature, humidity data indoor at regular intervals
- Regular reading of atmospheric pressure, light intensity data
- Upload temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and intensity of illumination data to thingspeak.com at regular intervals
- View weather forecast on OLED display and view environmental monitoring chart on thingspeak.com
- 1 x ESP8266-12E
- 1 x DHT11
- 1 x BMP180
- 1 x BH1750FVI
- 1 x OLED Display
- 1 x USB cable
- 2 x breadboard
- 20 x dupont cable
- Overview: The ESP8266 Weather Station Kit Guide Manual(Read Me First) describes how to make a miniature weather station using the Arduino IDE. Follow on the steps in the document.
- Step 1: Install USB-To-Serial
- Step 2: Install IDE for ESP8266
- Step 3: Burning Firmware to ESP8266
- Step 4: Connecting Components
- Step 5: Register OpenWeathermap, thingspeak new account
- Step 6: Import WeatherStation code in the IDE
- Step 7: Add Library
- Step 8: Modify File WeatherStation.ino
- Step 9: Set the Board and Port again
- Step 10: Burn code to ESP8266
- Step 11: Result