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March 26, 2009

DIY Weather Station Project – PIC 18F452 Based

at 5:42 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Knowing the current weather condition is nice. Instead of turning on the TV and turning to the weather channel why not spend a few weekends and build your very own DIY Weather Station Project. It is based on the PIC 18F452 microcontroller and has great documentation.

“Weather station with pressure reading, relative humidity, indoor & remote outdoor temperature display.Both Celsius or Fahrenheit & mbar/hPa or mm Hg supported. With calendar & clock. Easy 3-button user-menu. 42 hour-history display (curve). Auto-memory & display of all high and low-values. PIC 18F452 running at 4 MHz, power saving sleep mode. Sensors are only turned on when needed.”


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14 Responses to “DIY Weather Station Project – PIC 18F452 Based”

  1. KAMAL SABRI Says:

    nice project I like it.Can u please send this peoject on my e-mail id?

  2. pravesh Says:

    Ya brother I like Ur project ..If u kindly send me the project detais

  3. Neil Says:

    Fantastic project. I’d love to make my own weather station. Could I get any project details as well? Thanx

  4. Sherry Says:

    I’d really like to build this project. can you please email me the details, the link above doesn’t work.
    Thanks!!! any pics would be helpful too.

  5. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Sherry,

    Looks like they have moved it on their site. I had a quick look but can’t seem to be able to find it.

  6. Luke Says:

    As above comments. Can you please email me the project details/schematics etc. looks really good

  7. Alan Parekh Says:

    The page seems to have gone away, it was only featured here.

  8. Richard Cruz Says:

    Would you be kind enough to send me the project instructions and detail information?

  9. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Richard,

    There is a link in the article to additional info.

  10. VJ Says:

    Hi Alan,
    There is something wrong with a link.
    Can you send my all information about this nice project?

  11. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi VJ,

    Thanks for the heads up, the link has been fixed.

  12. Gayan Rathnayaka Says:

    Can u please publish or mail me the mcu codes and list electronic devices u’ve used

  13. atif Says:

    yea project microcontroller ka ha kia…

  14. hamza Says:

    hello please if you can send the project i want to do it..if you want text me 0096170509091

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