GitHub - ThingPulse/espweather-station: New version of the ESP Weather Station
Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The ESP is a programmable chip similar to the Arduino microcontrollers, but it can be easily connected to a WiFi network. This guide helps you to get started with your first Internet-of-Things IoT project: a crisp OLED display shows weather information on several side-scrolling screens.
In the first part of the book we cover how to setup the development environment. Summaries at the end of each chapter help to understand what has been accomplished. Info boxes explain important expressions and technologies to beginners. In a second part, basic building blocks for programming the ESP are explained: the structure of a Arduino sketch with the setup and loop functions, how to use the serial console, digitalRead and digitalWrite , interrupts and analogRead. The exercises and their solutions are available on Github: you start solving the tasks by filling in missing parts.
Should you get stuck or you want to have a look at an alternative solution just open the solution sketch!
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I explain step-by-step what you have to do to display the current weather in your area and a 3 day forecast. In the last part of the book three more projects are introduced: a plane spotting tool which fetches information from the internet about the planes that are above your head; a world clock which displays times in various timezones together with beautiful icons; and do you want to measure temperature and humidity outside your house?
The ClimateNode project explains how to collect data from a second ESP, store it in the cloud and display it in an additional frame on your WeatherStation. This book is for beginners and ambitious programmers alike, but a basic understanding of programming is certainly helpful.
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This tutorial explains configuration and setup of ESP 2. Circuit This tutorial does not require any special except i2c LCD connections and connections to Computer to uploading program, all these circuits are explained in above mentioned tutorials. Copy and paste this key to a separate notepad file will will need it later.
As you know the city code please note the same where you noted API Key we will need it later. This project integrates a TEAbased FM-radio receiver with the Wemos Mini D1, allowing you to listen to the radio, and control it via your browser. Alarm Button This brief guide describes the creation of an "alarm button", which will trigger an alarm sound on a PC when pressed. Washing Machine Alarm Wiring up a vibration-sensor to a ESP board allows you to be alerted when your laundry has been washed.