Makerlife Weather Station Kit Pi Zero W English version
Weather stations are around the world, feeding weather data to meteorologists, weather presenters and amateurs interested in learning more about their local weather.
With this kit you will use three sensors to measure the temperature, wind speed and rainfall in your area, and all of this is powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero W. These sensors connect to the Raspberry Pi Zero W and using some clever Python coding you can work to decipher the data sent from the sensors and understand more about the weather where you live.
Box and guide are also available in other languages.
The kit includes
4.7K Ohm Resistor, Anemometer, Gland HDMI Cable, HDMI to Mini HDMI Adaptor, Mast, Micro SD Card with NOOBS pre-installed, Micro USB to Micro USB Extension Cable, Power Supply, Rain Gauge, Raspberry Pi Zero W (Pre-Soldered Header), Step-by-Step Guide, Temperature Sensor (DS18B20), Terminal Block, USB Hub, USB to Micro USB Adaptor, Waterproof Container, X10 Male to Female Connectors
Requires Soldering : No