From the Forums: Weather Observations Station Using the Adafruit CC3000 Shield
Tech500 shared a Weather Observations station using the Adafruit CC3000 shield on the Adafruit forums:
I have a sketch that records weather observations –Humidity, Temperature, and Barometric pressure. Data is recorded in 15 minute intervals; Date & Time stamped, Displayed on Serial Monitor, Logged to microSD card, and Displayed on a Dynamic, Webpage!
I had lots of help and this was a great learning experience. Attaching sketch with the hope it will help others with their projects.
Thank you Adafruit for the resources, products, forum, and learning tutorials!!!
*** Update 03/03/2014: Revised sketch for better download performance. Not a complete solution. Need error checking to make sure webFile is only opened once.
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