Tempus Fugit Word Clock 3D Printed Case

Tempus Fugit Word Clock 3D Printed Case - Render

The Tempus Fugit Word Clock 3D Printed Case is is my first attempt at a case for my Tempus Fugit Word Clock powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero. The case was designed using AutoDesk 123D Design and is my first attempt at using this software! The final design took a few …

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Pi Weather Station – Project Update No. 3

Well, after a bit of development I now have a working prototype for the newly renamed Weather Sensor Node using a Raspberry Pi Model A+ and an Arduino Pro Mini clone. The Raspberry Pi handles with web interface which is written in Python and Flask and talks to the digital …

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Pi Weather Station – Weather Sensor Node

The purpose of the Weather Sensor Node is to read the attached weather sensors and provide a JSON API for accessing these over a LAN. Electronics The hardware for the Weather Sensor Node utilizes a Raspberry Pi Model A for the main unit which interfaces with the sensors, Arduino Pro …

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Pi Weather Station – Indoor Display Hub

The purpose of the indoor display hub is to: Read data from the sensor nodes Display sensor data on-screen Log sensor data to remote web-server Show current weather forecast. A few features I am still toying with are: Local traffic/public transport information Local/national news headlines. Hardware Raspberry Pi (Model B+ …

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Pi Weather Station – Development Log

Progress Update – 22 November 2015 See post here: http://www.alanpullen.uk/2015/11/pi-weather-station-project-update-no-3/ Progress Update – 11 November 2o15 See post here: http://www.alanpullen.uk/2015/11/pi-weather-station-project-update-no-2/ Remote Unit – Progress as of October 2015 I currently have the remote sensors and screen running on an Arduino Uno, however, due to RAM limitations I am currently in the process …

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Pi Weather Station – Project Update No 2

After playing around with several WiFi devices and an Arduino Mega to act as the remote sensor unit, I have decided it will probably be easier and more efficient to use a Raspberry Pi for this (as per my original idea). I was also toying with the idea of the remote …

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Pi Weather Station – Project Update No. 1

Welcome to my first update for my Raspberry Pi Weather Station project.  This project is bringing together the power of the Raspberry Pi with an Arduino Mega 2560 clone to display the current weather conditions as well as the local weather forecast. The project comprises of two hardware systems and a web …

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My First Projects

I have added two new pages to this site covering my first three projects I am currently working on using the Raspberry Pi and Arduino platforms: Raspberry Pi powered weather station, Arduino powered RGB mood lamp, Weather Station A Raspberry Pi and Arduino powered weather station capable of displaying current conditions …

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Pi Weather Station

The Pi Weather Station is a Raspberry Pi and Arduino powered Weather Station, energy monitor, temperature monitor and local weather forecast display. The project comprises of five systems: Indoor display hub (powered by a Raspberry Pi Model B+) – acts as the main hub of the system, uploads data to the web …

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