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Ethernet Weather Station Contest Entry

This is an implementation of a Weather Station Module  that I have been designing for the PIC.  But is intended now for implementing onto the SX Ethernet Board.

The Station is designed to include Wind-speed and Direction,  A Temperature sensor, a Barometric-pressure sensor, a Humidity sensor, and a Rain-guage sensor. It is intended to be built as a portable module to link up to an Ethernet cable and place on the porch (for example). This would give the User a quick reference to outside weather conditions (via an indoor PC), and allow the User to upload (to a File, Database, etc) continuous Weather Data throughout the Day/Month/Year/etc. The User could then project Daily/Seasonal/Annual/etc Graphs for his/her local Weather.

This design has not been tested yet. It still needs to be calibrated for times/values/etc.It should be shield grounded. And, the Ethernet link should probably be connected via an Isolator/Adapter.

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