Raspberry Pi Weather Station

Measuring the temperature and humidity of my room and saving them in a database

A few years ago I created an indoor weather station with my Raspberry Pi. I bought a bunch of temperature sensors on amazon, which were really cheap, like 20 sensors for 2€, and another slightly more expensive sensor that can get temperature and humidity data. Combined with a few resistors, cables and breadboards I managed to assemble them into a working circuit and hook them up to the GPIO ports of the Raspberry. Most tutorials on the internet were…

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Christian Behler

Christian Behler

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M. Sc. Computer Science and Physics, Indie Game/Software/Web Developer, Writer, 3D Artist, and too many other interests. https://pingpoli.medium.com/membership