IMPLEMENTATION OF A LOW-COST WEATHER STATION WITH RASPBERRY PI
Keywords:sensores, Raspberry Pi, estación meteorológica bajo costo.
The article describes the design and implementation of a weather station. The proposed network allows monitoring the temperature, humidity, and pH of an environment, specifically in coastal areas, in real-time, employing digital sensors that are easily acquired and low cost. Besides, it had extra modules to sensor the temperature and pH variables. The storage and processing of the data obtained in the measurements are carried out with the Raspberry Pi 2 device which interacts with the conditioned signals from the different sensors and implements multiple functionalities for the system such as the creation of a website. To achieve the above, a network connection was configured using Ethernet technology to access the website through any other computer and, also, the Raspberry Pi WiPi module was available for future access to the said website through mobile technology.
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