Weather Station with a BME280 sensor and an LCD screen with Arduino Mega

Weather Station with a BME280 sensor and an LCD screen with Arduino Mega

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In this Arduino Project video educ8s.tv is going to build a simple weather station using a BME280 sensor and an LCD shield.

Hello guys, I am Nick and welcome to educ8s.tv a channel that is all about DIY electronics projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266 and other popular boards. Today we are going to take a first look at the new BME280 sensor, a new very interesting sensor. We are going to build a simple but very accurate weather station project. I have built a similar project 2 years ago, using different sensors. Now that we have a new sensor available which makes things easier, it’s time to update the project. As you can see, on the LCD display we can see the temperature, the humidity and the barometric pressure. The readings are updated every two seconds. This is a very easy project to build so it is ideal for beginners! Let’s build it!

Weather Station with a BME280 sensor and an LCD screen with Arduino Mega [Link]

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  • 19 February, 2017 at 10:48 pm

    The BME280 is a nice part, but why did they seem to number all the pins differently than 99.9% of other parts? Very minor issue but a little strange. Did I miss something?

    I have been looking for a simple parts for use with low power Bluetooth remote battery items, this part is great. A simple Cypress module and a SunDuino is all it takes. Thanks.

    Bob K.

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