crisstel.ro WiFi Weather Station În cadrul lecției de față vom realiza o stație meteo fără fir (cu conexiune WiFi) Proiectul se bazează pe senzorul Bosch BME280 – senzor integrat de mediu – capabil să măsoare presiunea atmosferică temperatura în grade C și umiditatea aerului și să ofere prin intermediul funcțiilor bibliotecii software temperatura în grade F altitudinea în metrii / picioare acest senzor este o mică stație meteo într-un singur circuit integrat fiind unul dintre cele mai avansate circuite de acest tip Având în vedere formatul extrem de mic (2.5mm x 2.5mm) pentru a putea utiliza acest circuit în cadrul montajului nostru vom folosi modulul Sparkfun Breakout BME280 Senzorul poate fi conectat la o placă de dezvoltare utilizând magistrala I2C sau SPI (la alegere) și funcționează la tensiunea de alimentare de 3.3V – nu suportă niveluri logice de 5V Dacă dorim să utilizăm acest senzor cu o placă de dezvoltare ce funcționează la 5V (Arduino Uno Arduino Mega Arduino Leonardo) este necesară utilizarea unui convertor de nivel (3.3V-5V) Senzorul poate fi utilizat fără probleme cu plăci de dezvoltare ce funcționează la 3.3V.

WiFi Weather Station

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp

În cadrul lecției de față vom realiza o stație meteo fără fir (cu conexiune WiFi).

Proiectul se bazează pe senzorul Bosch BME280 – senzor integrat de mediu – capabil să măsoare presiunea atmosferică, temperatura în grade C și umiditatea aerului și să ofere, prin intermediul funcțiilor bibliotecii software, temperatura în grade F, altitudinea în metrii / picioare. Cu alte cuvinte, acest senzor este o mică stație meteo într-un singur circuit integrat fiind unul dintre cele mai avansate circuite de acest tip.

Având în vedere formatul extrem de mic (2.5mm x 2.5mm) pentru a putea utiliza acest circuit în cadrul montajului nostru vom folosi modulul Sparkfun Breakout BME280. Senzorul poate fi conectat la o placă de dezvoltare utilizând magistrala I2C sau SPI (la alegere) și funcționează la tensiunea de alimentare de 3.3V – nu suportă niveluri logice de 5V. Dacă dorim să utilizăm acest senzor cu o placă de dezvoltare ce funcționează la 5V (Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega, Arduino Leonardo) este necesară utilizarea unui convertor de nivel (3.3V-5V).

Senzorul poate fi utilizat fără probleme cu plăci de dezvoltare ce funcționează la 3.3V.

Câteva exemple:

  • Arduino Pro Mini 328 – 3.3V/8MHz ;
  • Pro Micro 3.3V/8MHz – ATMega 32U4;
  • Arduino Due;
  • Arduino Industrial – Olimexino 328….

Conținutul acestui articol este în format PDF pus la dispoziție de specialiștii RoboFun.ro. Pentru a vizualiza apăsați butonul Preview iar pentru a descărca butonul Download.

WiFi Weather Station

  • În cadrul lecției de față vom realiza o stație meteo fără fir (cu conexiune WiFi). Proiectul se bazează pe senzorul Bosch BME280 – senzor integrat de mediu – capabil să măsoare presiunea atmosferică, temperatura în grade C și umiditatea aerului și să ofere, prin intermediul funcțiilor bibliotecii software, temperatura în grade F, altitudinea în metrii / picioare. Cu alte cuvinte, acest senzor este o mică stație meteo într-un singur circuit integrat fiind unul dintre cele mai avansate circuite de acest tip. https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/bst/products/all_products/bme280 Având în vedere formatul extrem de mic (2.5mm x 2.5mm) pentru a putea utiliza acest circuit în cadrul montajului nostru vom folosi modulul Sparkfun Breakout BME280. Senzorul poate fi conectat la o placă de dezvoltare utilizând magistrala I2C sau SPI (la alegere) și funcționează la tensiunea de alimentare de 3.3V – nu suportă niveluri logice de 5V. Dacă dorim să utilizăm acest senzor cu o placă de dezvoltare ce funcționează la 5V (Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega, Arduino Leonardo) o placă de dezvoltare o placă de dezvoltare o placă de dezvoltare este necesară utilizarea unui convertor de nivel (3.3V-5V):arduino invented why arduino is open source arduino will not load with arduino uno arduino 33 iot arduino when to use interrupts arduino 5v pin max current how arduino relay works  what arduino programming language mqtt last will arduino with ethernet projects arduino with ethernet projects arduino arduino like chip arduino versus evil blog arduino will not upload sketch  arduino when statement arduino how often is loop called  arduino when to use volatile where arduino uno is used arduino when is setup called arduino kit incepatori for arduino reference what arduino means  how many amps arduino uno which arduino board is specially designed for linux arduino like counter how much is arduino uno in philippines how many arduino shields can be stacked why arduino nano which arduino has wifi how much current arduino uno draw with arduino 101 arduino will not reset for arduino ide which arduino do i have how much arduino uno what arduino do i need can arduino output 12v arduino versus evil chris can arduino run linux arduino to firebase arduino with esp8266 arduino 64 bit mac mqtt will arduino what arduino do i have esp-who arduino  arduino with lcd are arduino starter kits how arduino works in iot arduino like fpga how many bits arduino uno arduino near infrared spectroscopy how arduino nano works where arduino libraries are stored arduino without crystal is arduino a language are arduino clones any good with arduino ultrasonic is arduino used in industry how often does arduino loop run  where arduino libraries arduino without bootloader which arduino has the most memory can arduino run python arduino and matlab where arduino.h where arduino hex file how much does arduino uno cost arduino or operator how much current arduino can handle arduino when to use input_pullup arduino without ide WiFi Weather Station BME280 WiFi Weather Station BME280 WiFi Weather Station BME280 arduino temperature sensor wifi arduino temperature sensor wifi arduino temperature sensor wifi arduino with ethernet projects arduino with ethernet projectsarduino with ethernet projects is arduino a microcontroller is arduino a microcontroller is arduino a microcontroller  

    Poți folosi următorul cupon de reducere pentru a obține discount la componente electronice:

    [wpcd_coupon id=2636]

    Pentru alte cupoane de reducere apăsați aici

    Citește și: https://crisstel.ro/arduino-si-tastatura-numerica/ https://crisstel.ro/intel-edison/
    8x4x3 m Inflatable Giant Car Workstation Spray Paint Tent Coat Paint Booth Custom Gearbest
    Portable Giant Oxford Cloth Inflatable Tent Workstation Spray Paint With 110V Blower Gearbest
    8x4x3M Mobile Portable Giant Inflatable Car Paint Spray Booth Custom Tent Cabin W/ 220V Air Blower Gearbest
    275x79x4inch Inflatable Tumbling Mat Air Track Outdoor Home Gymnastics Training Sport Protection Pad Gearbest
    220V 1200W 3 Flavor Commercial Frozen Ice Cream Cones Machine Soft Ice Cream Machine Gearbest
    Giant Workstation Inflatable Spray Paint Booth Tent Custom with 2PCS Blower 110V 6*3*2.5m Gearbest
    Xiaomi Gaming Laptop 15.6 inch Intel Core i7-9750H NVIDIA GeForce RTX2060 144Hz 16GB GDDR4 RAM 512GB PCle SSD Notebook Gearbest
    472x78x7.8inch  Inflatable Gym Mat Air Track Floor Tumbling Gymnastics Cheerleading Pad Gearbest
    [EU Direct] RICH BIT TOP-619 36V 250W 10.2Ah 14 inch Folding Electric Bike 30-35KM/H Top Speed 70KM Mileage Range Moped Electric Bicycle Gearbest
    [EU Direct] RICH BIT TOP-619 10.2Ah  36V 250W 14 inch Folding Electric Bike 30-35KM/H Top Speed 70KM Mileage Range Moped Electric Bicycle Gearbest
    Xiaomi Gaming Laptop 15.6 inch Intel Core i7-9750H NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660Ti 16GB GDDR4 RAM 512GB PCle SSD 144Hz 72% NTSC Notebook Gearbest
    JmGO 1895 Native 1080p HD Android 3D Home Cinema Projector Smart TV Built-in HiFi Customize Stereo with LiveTV-Chinese Version Gearbest
    Xiaomi Gaming Laptop 15.6 inch Intel Core i5-9300H NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660Ti 144Hz 8GB GDDR4 RAM 512GB PCle SSD 72% NTSC Notebook Gearbest

Citește și:

Poți folosi următorul cupon de reducere pentru a obține discount la componente electronice:

Fan Carnival
Up to 40%
Expiră la: 01-04-2024
LinkedIn

Pentru alte cupoane de reducere apăsați aici

Arduino și Raspberry Pi news

  • Raspberry Pi LEGO sorter
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 19 January 2021

    Raspberry Pi is at the heart of this AI–powered, automated sorting machine that is capable of recognising and sorting any LEGO brick. And its maker Daniel West believes it to be the first of its kind in the world! Best ever This mega-machine was two years in the making and is a LEGO creation itself,… The post Raspberry Pi LEGO sorter appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Deter burglars with a Raspberry Pi chatbot
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 18 January 2021

    How to improve upon the standard burglar deterring method of leaving lights switched on? Dennis Mellican turned to Raspberry Pi for a much more effective solution. It actually proved too effective when a neighbour stopped by, but more on that in a bit. Here you can see Dennis’s system in action scaring off a trespasser:… The post Deter burglars with a Raspberry Pi chatbot appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • RetroPie booze barrel
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 15 January 2021

    What do we want? Retro gaming, adult beverages, and our favourite Spotify playlist. When do we want them? All at the same time. Luckily, u/breadtangle took to reddit to answer our rum-soaked prayers with this beautifully crafted beer barrel-cum-arcade machine-cum-drinks cabinet. The addition of a sneaky hiding spot for your favourite tipple, plus a musical… The post RetroPie booze barrel appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Get VMware on Raspberry Pi
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 14 January 2021

    Hacking apart a sweet, innocent Raspberry Pi – who would do such a thing? Network Chuck, that’s who. But he has a very cool reason for it so, we’ll let him off the hook. He’s figured out how to install VMware ESXi on Raspberry Pi, and he’s sharing the step-by-step process with you because he… The post Get VMware on Raspberry Pi appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Supporting teachers and students with remote learning through free video lessons
    by Carrie Anne Philbin (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 13 January 2021

    Working with Oak National Academy, we’ve turned the materials from our Teach Computing Curriculum into more than 300 free, curriculum-mapped video lessons for remote learning. A comprehensive set of free classroom materials One of our biggest projects for teachers that we’ve worked on over the past two years is the Teach Computing Curriculum: a comprehensive… The post Supporting teachers and students with remote learning through free video lessons appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • These Furby-‘controlled’ Raspberry Pi-powered eyes follow you
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 12 January 2021

    Sam Battle aka LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER couldn’t resist splashing out on a clear Macintosh case for a new project in his ‘Cosmo’ series of builds, which inject new life into retro hardware. This time around, a Raspberry Pi, running facial recognition software, and one of our Camera Modules enable Furby-style eyes to track movement,… The post These Furby-‘controlled’ Raspberry Pi-powered eyes follow you appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Raspberry Pi 400 for working and learning at home
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 11 January 2021

    Did you get Raspberry Pi 400 as a home learning or working device? We hope you’ve been getting on well with our affordable all-in-one computing solution. If you’re a new user, here are some tips for you to get the most out of your brand-new Raspberry Pi 400. First things first! Make sure your Raspberry… The post Raspberry Pi 400 for working and learning at home appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Smart Fairy Tale
    by Ashley Whittaker (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 8 January 2021

    This is creepy, and we love it. OK, it’s not REALLY creepy, it’s just that some people have an aversion to dolls that appear to move of their own accord, due to a disturbing childhood experience — but enough about me. Smart Fairy Tale is a whimsical, unique community project created by Berlin-based installation artist… The post Smart Fairy Tale appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Code your own Pipe Mania puzzler | Wireframe #46
    by Ryan Lambie (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 7 January 2021

    Create a network of pipes before the water starts to flow in our re-creation of a classic puzzler. Jordi Santonja shows you how. Pipe Mania, also called Pipe Dream in the US, is a puzzle game developed by The Assembly Line in 1989 for Amiga, Atari ST, and PC, and later ported to other platforms,… The post Code your own Pipe Mania puzzler | Wireframe #46 appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Learning at home with the Raspberry Pi Foundation
    by Philip Colligan (Raspberry Pi Blog – Raspberry Pi) on 6 January 2021

    As the UK — like many countries around the world — kicks off the new year with another national lockdown, meaning that millions of young people are unable to attend school, I want to share an update on how the Raspberry Pi Foundation is helping young people to learn at home. Please help us spread… The post Learning at home with the Raspberry Pi Foundation appeared first on Raspberry Pi.

  • Install Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi
    by Matt (Raspberry Pi Spy) on 28 December 2020

    The Arduino IDE is a vital tool for flashing Arduino devices. You can install Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi OS using these easy steps. You could use apt: but this results in the installation of Arduino IDE version 1.6. This is an extremely outdated version which makes it difficult to use or impossible to flash [...] The post Install Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi appeared first on Raspberry Pi Spy.

  • Raspberry Pi 400 SSD Upgrade
    by Matt (Raspberry Pi Spy) on 23 December 2020

    Booting a Pi 400 from an SSD is an easy upgrade from the standard SD card. It can give your Pi additional storage capacity, improved reliability as well as massively increased read/write performance. With the price of SSDs dropping to pocket-money prices you can perform this upgrade for less than $40 (£30). I have been [...] The post Raspberry Pi 400 SSD Upgrade appeared first on Raspberry Pi Spy.

Leave a Reply