The fast pace of modern life greatens the distance between humans and nature, making more kids caged in the concrete jungle. However, interacting with nature is an indispensable part of their growth. The weather itself can be an accessible yet interesting subject for kids to study. Through meteorological observations, recording, and analyzing, kids can literally learn and do science that is combined seamlessly with their daily life activities. From terraces to living rooms, in backyards, and in classrooms, this DIY Weather Station Kit can be used in measuring both indoor and outdoor data concerning temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure. It comes with a solar panel, which provides an auxiliary power supply to the system. This DIY Weather Station Kit is both energy-saving and green and can help to develop kids' interest in natural science.
- Measure data concerning temperature, humidity and barometric pressure.
- With a solar panel to provides auxiliary power supply to the system.
Project 1: Make Your Own Arduino Weather Station This durable Arduino weather station kit includes an anemometer, wind vane, rain bucket, and DH11 temperature and humidity sensor. It can transmit data via serial or RF interfaces.
- LCD12864 Shield for Arduino
- Weather Station Kit with Solar Panel
- Weather Station Kit with Anemometer/Wind Vane/Rain Bucket
- Bluno M3 - A STM32 ARM with Bluetooth 4.0 (Arduino Compatible)
Project 2: Weather Station Kit with Solar Panel
- Weather Station User Manual V2.0 Eng a traducir (Spanish)
- Weather Station V1.0 User Manual
- Weather Station V2.0 User Manual
- Arduino Library and Code (BMP085 Version) (Required IDE 1.0.x, the higher IDE 1.6.x will have a compiling error)
- Arduino Library and Code (BMP280 Version) (Compatible with 1.0.x, 1.6.x, 1.8.x)
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