ESP8266 weather station

Posted on Monday, November 30th, 2015 in wireless by DP


Dani Eichhorn’s weather station project, that is available at Github:

 Several ESP8266 hackers contacted me to finally publish the new WeatherStation code. Here it is.
It is not yet working as smoothly as I want it to work but maybe some of you can help me getting rid of the nasty issues that were bugging me for the last few weeks. The README on github contains basic setup instructions and also the currently known issues. Please feel free to fix them and create pull requests to let them flow into the master branch.

Project info at Dani’s SquixTech blog.

Check out the video after the break.

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2 Responses to “ESP8266 weather station”

  1. Jay says:

    Whats with the flicker .. does it have a cfl?

  2. rumburack says:


    I would prefer to call it a weather data display. In my world a weather station is something that acquires at least a little bit of its own sensor data.

    But I’m old and drunk, so it doesn’t count much.

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