PCB for Raspberry Pi WH1080 weather station

Posted on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 in PCBs, R-Pi by DP


PCB for Raspberry Pi WH1080 weather station by Andy Ayre of BritishIdeas:

Previously I wrote about using a Raspberry Pi to receive 433MHz signals from a WH1080 weather station. This is the mess of wiring I came up with.
This worked fine until it stopped. I probably didn’t crimp a wire properly and too many knocks resulted in unreliable operation. To solve this I designed a PCB that connects the radio receiver, pressure sensor and an antenna to a Raspberry Pi.

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