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Arduino Weather Station: Step By Step Guide

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 04-Jan-2021, Language:English

Arduino Weather Station: Step By Step Guide

Create your Own weather station using Arduino and get Temperature, Humidity and Time at your own home in no time

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 04-Jan-2021, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Build your own Weather Station
  • Use and know more about Arduino
  • Use and know Temperature and Humidity Sensor
  • Coding different modules such as LCD, DHT11 and RTC

Requirements

  • Basic experience in Electronics
  • A Will to apply, not just watch

Description

Welcome to Arduino Weather Station course.

You will get to know how to wire each of these elements, how it works, and why we are using it inside this weather station, in no time you will find your self-making your own station.

Arduino is a Microcontroller that enables a lot of geeks, students, and engineers to make great projects, turn any idea that comes in their mind to a real life fully functional device, and in this course, we are using it to make something useful and informative.

A weather station is a device that collects data related to the weather and environment using many different sensors, like humidity and temperature sensors, to get accurate results and display the outcome of these sensors on a display.

You will get to know and connect Sensors like

  • Wind

  • Humidity

  • Rain

  • Temperature

  • Pressure

  • Altitude

The aim is to make a portable weather station that you can take anywhere and use whenever you want to get accurate results on time, date and weather conditions

Features it will have

  • Temperature

  • Humidity

  • Time and Date

You will wire sensors and LCD display to Arduino UNO board and start testing the code yourself, every piece of code is well explained so that you can easily know what each does, code and schematics will be explained in details.

A lot of information is waiting for you inside this course, join now and start making your own.

Who this course is for:

  • Electronics Geeks
  • Arduino Geeks
  • Anyone interested in making amazing electronics Projects
  • Anyone interested in making amazing Microcontroller Projects

Course Content