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Offline miraculon

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WeatherPiArduino board
« on: April 16, 2015, 11:37:59 AM »
I came across this on eBay and Googled for it directly and found this page:

http://www.switchdoc.com/weatherpiarduino-bare-board/

Looks kind of interesting, it supports the AS3935 lightning detector. The sensors are I2C, not One-Wire.



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Re: WeatherPiArduino board
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2015, 12:16:15 PM »
That is neat but no Pi software - yet.  And I wish they had a 1-Wire version.  I have scads of that stuff still around.  With a Davis rain bucket and a Windspeed optical anemometer I could see a full wx station that blows the pants off pretty much every other prosumer-grade or less station out of the water.  I know I2C is great, but (a) I don't know it and (b) don't have it.

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Re: WeatherPiArduino board
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2015, 03:01:06 PM »
That is neat but no Pi software - yet.  And I wish they had a 1-Wire version.  I have scads of that stuff still around.  With a Davis rain bucket and a Windspeed optical anemometer I could see a full wx station that blows the pants off pretty much every other prosumer-grade or less station out of the water.  I know I2C is great, but (a) I don't know it and (b) don't have it.

I think in another post, I mentioned that I have OWW (One Wire Weather) running on a Raspberry Pi. It was no different in configuration from any other Linux box that I have run it on, maybe easier.

I am using the DS9097U and a Serial/USB adapter on the Pi for this.

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Re: WeatherPiArduino board
« Reply #3 on: June 26, 2015, 10:16:07 PM »
Looks really great

 

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