February 06, 2014

Monitoring Lacrosse wireless weather station data with Arduino

After reading the book Practical Arduino and the weather station project described within, Kelsey Jordahl has used the ideas and done the research in order to receive and analyse the data from a Lacrosse WS-8015TWC wireless weather station. After finding success Kelsey has added more sensors, and also a method for sending the data to a server for remote display - for example:

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