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Electron Weather Station

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Summary

This repository contains the files that I used to create a "cloud-connected" weather station via the Particle Electron. Please see my how-to guide describing the steps I took.

Files

  • The circuit_board folder contains items for designing and manufacturing the printed circuit board (pcb).
  • The particle_code folder contains the .ino files that contain the user-readable Particle code. These can be loaded or copied and pasted into Particle's IDE to modify the code and/or compile to binary.
  • binary contains a blank binary file that can be flashed to the Electron to stop publishing. This came in handy for me when troubleshooting my code and I didn't quite have it right.
  • webhook_templates contains webhook templates for publishing your data to ThingSpeak or Weather Underground. Note that device ID and webhook name should be modified to be used with your device.

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License

This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License - see the LICENSE.md for details

Change log

  • v2.0:
  • v2.1:
  • v2.2:
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