Windows IoTZachary J. FieldsAparajita DuttaAnthony NguLiz George
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Hands-On-Lab IoT Weather Station Using Windows 10

This example demonstrates how to leverage the power of Windows 10 IoT Core, and create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.

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Hands-On-Lab IoT Weather Station Using Windows 10

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
×1
Power supply (5V 1.2A)
Can be replaced by a higher amperage value if necessary
×1
16GB SD Card (preferably Samsung EVO)
×1
SparkFun Weather Shield
SparkFun Weather Shield
×1
Pin header Single row straight male + female for Arduino
×1
Ribbon cable (7 wires, male -> female)
×1
Cat-5e Ethernet Cable
×1

Software apps and online services

Windows 10 IoT Core
Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core

Story

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Custom parts and enclosures

Enclosure Lid

Enclosure Back Plate

Enclosure Vent

Enclosure Tether

Code

htu21d

Component library for the humidity sensor

mpl3115a2

Component library for the barometric pressure sensor

Sparkfun weather shield

Component library for the Sparkfun weather shield

//build: Hands on Lab, Weather Station

A Visual Studio 2015 project. To use, simply clone the repository, then open WeatherStation.sln in Visual Studio 2015.

ConnectTheDots

An interface to the Azure Event Hub, provided by MSOpenTech.

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Windows IoT

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Zachary J. Fields

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