While the first WeatherStation Kits are just about to reach their eager recipients I was working hard to create a complete and hopefully beginner friendly setup guide for it. Stay tuned for more chapters and more experiments and projects you can do with this starter kit.
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I used your esp8266 set up to get the weather station working. I'll run it for a few days, but the set up is reliable.
Please ignore an earlier request for your link to the ESP implementation. I found it in github.
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I received your weather station kit a few weeks ago. Had it working in only a few minutes. (Had to modify the code a bit to display an "F" instead of "C" since I am in the US and the temperature readings were automatically changed to Fahrenheit). A word of caution though, the USB port from a computer cannot supply enough current when the wifi is active. This caused the screen to shift coordinates and the processor to reset every few seconds. Once the esp is downloaded, it does function on a wall plug with the usb power adapter. It might take a few tries to reprogram in between restarts however. I hope to modify the code to provide the chance of precipitation for certain hours of the day. Thanks for your work!