DIY – Weather Station

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This weather station built by couple Oregon college students have been around, but very cool
to know if you are trying to build one from scratch.

The Remote Weather Station (RWS) is a computerized weather monitoring system using MINI-MAX/51-C micro-controller board from BiPOM Electronics and various sensors. RWS consists of  two separate modules ( display module and weather module ) that are wirelessly linked together. RWS was developed by an ambitious team of students at Oregon Institute of Technology. We express our gratitude to them for allowing us to post detailed information and pictures about the RWS on our website.

3 Responses to DIY – Weather Station

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  2. Izl says:

    Nice, i remember as a kid we had a weather thing outside and we would have to go check it for extra credit

  3. girrrrrrr2 says:

    lol i wished they did that at my school…

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