DIY IoT Weather Station and Home Control


Main board with WiFi and USB interfaces

  • Uploads directly to Personal Weather Services via built in WiFi.
  • Stand alone operation, no server required, thus no recurring monthly fees.
  • 9 additional  digital outputs for remote control from anywhere in the world.
  • 10 additional digital inputs for monitoring status, 4 alarm triggers to send text or email .
  • 3 additional analog voltage inputs to monitor batteries, additional sensors etc.
  • Options for soil moisture measurements using VH400 probe.
  • High resolution sensors for fast measure and upload interval (2 seconds).
  • Java programing back-end for collecting and storing data on PC.
  • User programmable web interface for local or remote display.
  • No switches or potentiometers to wear out, all solid state sensors.
  • Configurable sensor interface allowing use of other wind, sun & rain sensors.
  • Consumes less than 1 Watt, can be operated from solar panel and battery alone.
  • Supports W-Underground, CWOP/APRS-IP, Weatherbug, PWS  and WOW/Metoffice.
  • APRS  ready, with additional HAM radio and NanoModem directly sends to APRS network.
  • Industrial grade wind sensor mechanics made in USA.

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    Baro/Hyg/Temp Sensor

Check out the live station display at my house !


WE28

High Res Wind Direction Sensor

Bottom

PCB bottom with WiFi module and sensor connectors

High resolution wind speed sensor and interrupter wheel

High resolution Wind direction sensor

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High resolution anemometer with optical sensor

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13 thoughts on “DIY IoT Weather Station and Home Control

    • Hi there,

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    • Yes it can! I’m using an Acurite bucket myself. I connected two wires to the reed contact inside the Acurite bucket and brought it out of the housing and to the input of the station. Whenever the tipping mechanism flips it causes the switch to close momentarily which crates a pulse on the wires. The wire goes a couples of feet from the bucket to my weather station post out in the yard. The original wireless signaling to the Acutite LCD display still works as well. The station software has a calibration feature where you can set the number of counts per inch. Usually they are calibrated at 100 counts per inch, but my unit initially was a bit off at around 145 counts per inch.

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