|Malcolm on 26 Nov 2014 05:29:28 -0800|
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|[PLUG] (possibly OT) weather tracking|
I'm interested in tracking the micro-climate around the house, as it's often different from the forecast weather and things like wind-funnel effect between buildings mean it can actually be noticeably different (as far as plant tolerance goes) even in on each side of the building.
general criteria: * not costing $1000s* multiple sensor support (most inexpensive COTS seem to be limited to a couple of sensors)
* low power consumption * not cloud-based (which almost all the COTS seem to be) * precision doesn't have to be high (eg. nearest degree for temperature) * easy data extraction (no proprietary formats)I don't want to spend months writing my own stuff, but it a bit of mucking about is fine. I've just been unable to find where to start without dropping a lot of money on a windows-based COTS package.
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