If you are looking for a project to keep you busy this weekend then you may be interested in this DIY weather station created by Thingiverse member Stibbons, who has used a remixed 3D printed housing to support the ESP32 Feather Huzzah with 2.4″ TFT Wing
,Bosch BME280 sensor and Sensirion SPS30 sensor.
The HUZZAH32 is a ESP32-based Feather, made with the official WROOM32 module, equipped with everything all the features of the Feather development boards with built in USB-to-Serial converter, automatic bootloader reset, Lithium Ion/Polymer charger, and all the GPIO brought out allowing you to connect it to any Feather Wing.
“You can pretty much follow the guide from Adafruit here: Adafruit Wifi Weather Station and use the code provided here. Basically the following things are to be setup once you are able to compile the code: Add your individual information in the settings_private.h:
- Wifi credential (you can configure 2 networks)
- Openweather account data, desired city, language
- OpenSenseMap account data (sensebox ID and sensor IDs)
For more information jump over to the official Thingiverse project page.
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