## Raspberry Pi 2 Weather Station

Our hackerspace (Bloominglabs) recently received an ADS-WS1 weather station from a generous benefactor. Additionally, we were selected by Instructables for the Raspberry Pi 2 hackathon so we got some RPi2's to hack on. For my project, I decided to use an RPi2 to put our weather station online. Our station can measure wind direction, wind speed, rain, temperature, and humidity. The unit can output data in a ...

## Raspberry Pi Weather Station

Build a personal weather station with Raspberry Pi that emails you the temperature, humidity, and rainfall. *In a couple of weeks I will be adding a barometric pressure sensor to calculate chance of rain. Step 1: Supplies You will need: Raspberry Pi b and power supply Ethernet cable Breadboard wires Breadboard Humidity & Temperature module (I am using the DHT11 module) Rain gauge (Not pictured) Housing ...

## Monitoring Temperature With Raspberry Pi

The Problem: I recently remodeled my home office and I now have a dedicated closet for my electronics (Server, NAS, AV Receiver, etc.) During the build I planned for heat remediation by installing an exhaust fan that dumps air from the closet into my adjoining office. However, the temperature in the closet hovers around 90°F (32°C), even with the fan on. Although this temperature is within hardware threshol ...

## DIY: Temperature Monitoring and Regulation for HomeBrew

Beer brewing is a fun hobby, whether you wanna just brew something easy from a kit, or take the time to fine-tune your preferred style. With every batch, there are always two things that weigh heavy on a brewer’s mind: risk of contamination or, depending on where you live, extreme temperatures. I live in an area where the temperature often dips below 60° F during the winter, which is too cold for the yeast ...

## Raspberry Pi reading BMP085 Temperature & Pressure

Another fun little i2c device acquired cheaply via eBay.  It reads barometric pressure and temperature.  There’s some relatively simple maths to convert the outputs to something readable. Once again, ADAFruit provide a fantastic guide and library for using the device in their Using the BMP085 with Raspberry Pi.  As in previous posts, I could have just used the ADAFruit library out of the box.  Whilst I do n ...

## IoT 101 Project: Stream Temperature from your Raspberry Pi

“Hello World!” – This is likely the output of the first program you ever wrote when learning how to code. Setting up a device to stream temperature data is quickly becoming the de facto Internet of Things (IoT) “Hello World!” project. If printing “Hello World!” the first time was a long, frustrating task, you might have never written another program. Your first IoT project should only put a big ol’ smile on ...

## Biosignal PI, an Affordable Open-Source ECG and Respiration Measurement System

Farhad Abtahi 1,*, Jonatan Snäll 1, Benjamin Aslamy 1, Shirin Abtahi 1, Fernando Seoane 1,2 and Kaj Lindecrantz 1,3 1 School of Technology and Health, Royal Institute of Technology, Alfred Nobels Allé 10, Stockholm SE-141 52, Sweden; E-Mails: [email protected] (J.S.); [email protected] (B.A.); [email protected] (S.A.); [email protected] (F.S.); [email protected] (K.L.) 2 Academy of Care, Wellbeing and Welfa ...

## Temperature based device Control system using LM35

A temperature based device control system which uses AT89s52 and LM35 temperature sensor is an embedded system which controls external devices(mainly an household appliances heater,fan,coolers and many more) by monitoring the temperature obtained from temperature sensor. This project called temperature based device control system can be a good selection of project for a newbie in embedded system because thi ...

## Read temperature with DS18B20 | Raspberry Pi 2

Hello! This is my first instructable project, so it won't be as professional as others! We are using DS18B20 temperature sensor to get the temperature of your room. Enjoy! Step 1: Supply You will need: The sensor itself DS18B20 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Waterproof-Digital-Thermal... Resistor (I'm using 4,7k Ohm) Because of the picture is blurry the color codes are: yellow,violet,red,gold Jumper wires You can ...