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This project is a continuation of my earlier weather station project. It was quite popular on the web, people around the globe made their own by following it and give valuable feedback for improvement. By taking consideration of the comments and Q&A section of my earlier project, I decided to make this new version Weather Station. I also made a custom PCB for this project, so anyone with little knowledge on electronics circuit can be made this project. My V-2.0 PCB can also be used for many application in Arduino platform. Following are the salient features of the new weather station.


Features:

1. Connect to Wi-Fi, and upload the data to the web ( Blynk App and Thingspeak)

2. Monitoring Weather parameters like Temperature, Pressure, Humidity, altitude and UV level etc.

3. Extra ports to add more sensors

4. Remote Battery Status Monitoring

5. Uses a powerful Li-Ion Battery ( 3400 mAh ) and Solar Panel (1W)

6. Independence from the external power source

7.Can be installed in remote sites or geographically challenging environments

8. Being Solar powered, it is an environment-friendly device.


Update 05.08.2019

Now you can buy the PCB and all the components in a single Kit from PCBWay

Note:Battery and 3D printed enclosure is not included in the kit


My ThingSpeak Live Feeds

https://thingspeak.com/channels/698358/


Components Used :


1. Wemos D1 Mini Pro (Banggood / Amazon )

2. TP 4056 Charging Board ( Amazon )

3. BME 280 sensor ( Amazon / Bangood )

4. BMP280 ( Banggood / Amazon )

5. DS18B20 Sensor ( Amazon )

6. Switch (Amazon)

7. Screw Terminals ( Banggood)

8. PCB standoffs ( Amazon )

9. 18650 Battery ( Amazon)

10.18650 Battery Holder ( Banggood / Amazon)

11. Solar Panel ( Banggood )

12. Straight Headers Pin ( Amazon )

13. 22 AWG wire ( Amazon )

14. Super Glue ( Amazon )

15. 3D printing filament -PLA ( GearBest )


Build Instruction:

  1. Instructables : https://www.instructables.com/id/Solar-Powered-WiFi-Weather-Station-V20/
  2. My Website: Solar Powered WiFi Weather Station V2.0


3D Printed Enclosure :

  1. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3395393
  2. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3615016
  3. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3551386


Arduino Code:

  1. GitHub : https://github.com/3KUdelta/Solar_WiFi_Weather_Station

https://www.pcbway.com/project/gifts_detail/Solar_Powered_WiFi_Weather_Station_V2_0.html

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