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Weather station PC log with Arduino and Ubuntu
posted January 13 2015 20:36.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Ok, making a weather station these days is definitely not the hardest thing to do. As a matter of fact, there are tons of different sensors and libraries to implement one is a few hours. But what about storing the data?

Here is how you can connect the arduino with through the USB/Serial port to an Ububtu-running system and acquire these data with a Perl script. Having these data stored, you can come up with all sorts of different fancy ways to show reveal the weather history!

Check out this link for the details.

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