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The vintage weather station based on Arduino Mega
For most of us, getting weather information is as trivial as unlocking a smartphone or turning on a computer. But, in all of this, it lacks a certain panache that old weather stations had with their analog dials and stained wood cases.
If you are a lover of vintage, you can’t help but love this weather station.
The weather station consists of 16 analog dials, controlled by an Arduino Mega through the use of different Mosfets. The station has several sensors in input, such as the one for wind and rain, instead other data is received from the Web through the use of Raspberyy Pi or ESP8266.