Public Channels for Tag: barometric pressure

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This is an experiment to see if barometric pressure and its time derivative can be correlated with weather conditions for up to 12 hours . Data is from Dark Sky relayed through an ESP8266 running Arduino code. Weather is in Centreville, Virginia.

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Environmental conditions in the Make Hack Void building in metric units. Humidity is relative and air pressure in hPa is adjusted to sea level. This data is acquired with an ESP8266 Wemos using the source code at https://github.com/kentaylor/esp8266-weat

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Microclimate Weather broadcast for 91977 - Arduino UNO - Temperature & Humidity - Barometric pressure - Ambient light - Argent Anemometer - Argent Weather Vane - ESP8266-01 - WiFi

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143934

Environmental conditions in the UrRemote Office building in metric units. Humidity is relative and air pressure in hPa is adjusted to sea level. This data is acquired with an ESP8266 Wemos using the source code at https://github.com/kentaylor/esp8266-wea

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Environmental conditions in the Make Hack Void building in metric units. Humidity is relative and air pressure in hPa is adjusted to sea level. This data is acquired with an ESP8266 Wemos using the source code at https://github.com/kentaylor/esp8266-weat

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Weather station placed in my garden.

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Weather data collected at Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia

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Weather sensors run by PIC16F628 microcontroller. Data read by RPi and uploaded using curl on linux. Updates every 20 min.

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Weather station in Hohenau/March Lower Austria. ESP8266 with BMP180(air pressure), HTU21D(temperature and humidity) and TSL2591(brightness)

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plot inside/ outside temperature, humidity and barometric pressure using arduino/ bmp180 / dht22, location nr berlin intervall 1h

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Test Data from nodmcu and bmp180

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66265

ESP8266-12E with DHT22 temperature and humidity, BMP085 barometric pressure and temperature, BH1750FVI light intensity and BPW34 solar irradiance logger in Romania, Odorheiu-Secuiesc 535600, Tineretului 5/15

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A node MCU based weather station

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The is BME 280 is attached to my photon. It is setup to measure temperature, humidity and barometric pressure.


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