Re: [uCsimm] Weatherstation project

From: James Wilson (jc.wilson@utoronto.ca)
Date: Sun Sep 24 2000 - 14:00:24 EDT


        You can try Dallas Semiconductor's 1-Wire Weather Station system at the
following web site http://www.ibutton.com/weather/index.html
Now this isn't exactly a serial weather station but interfacing it to
the ucsimm shouldn't be hard.

Stu wrote:
>
> Hi everyone...
>
> Can anyone recommend a reasonably good weather station kit that will talk
> over an RS-232 cable? I would like, at the bare minimum, the following:
>
> - Air velocity (i.e. the 3 or 4 cups)
> - Wind direction (i.e. the weathervane)
> - Thermometer
>
> The following would be nice:
> - Barometer
> - CDS cell or other light sensor
>
> I'm looking for the lowest cost possible. Obviously it would connect to the
> uCsimm via serial, and a thin client would poll the serial connection for
> data and serve it unmodified over ethernet.
>
> Also, if anyone has done this, and is willing to part with source code, that
> would be great.
>
> Cheers...
>
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