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11:58AM | 12/26/01
Member Since: 12/25/01
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Bvelectrical
I would like to built a Weather Station to monitor only the temperature and transfer the data to my PC. I was wondering if you have any advice? any links or books.
(I DON'T WANT TO BUY A WEATHER STATION!; I would like to built it)

I have a PC, a digital thermometer. I guess that I will need some kind of acquisition card
best regard
kh

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12:00PM | 12/28/01
Member Since: 12/25/01
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I would like to put a temperature sensor in every room
and monitor the different temperature. It will help me to balance my Heating/AC system?

p0ps

06:31AM | 06/04/02
Member Since: 06/01/02
9 lifetime posts
If you'd want to regulate the temperture on your house on a per room or per zone basis you would need a more complicated thermostat as well as additions to your current ductwork to support only blowing the hot or cold air to the zones that need them. Unless you have a 10,000 sq ft house I don't recommend investing in this. It's just not worth it.

ACD

01:06PM | 10/25/02
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
You will need to build a device that converts the information from the weather station into a digital format and connect it to the serial port o your PC.

rpxlpx

05:27AM | 10/28/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
....and then some software to interpret the digtital information from the serial port and present it to you in a useful format.

CIWS

01:43PM | 01/23/03
White-Rogers makes an averaging thermostat that can interconnect with up to 3 room sensors. The thermostat takes these inputs and averages them out and then decides how to cycle the heating/cooling to achieve the best "curve" in comfort and effiency. If your interested I can obtain which model thermostat offers this.
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