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Nuts & Volts Magazine (November 2016)

ESP8266 Weather Clock

By Craig Lindley    View Digital Edition  


Use the module to build a weather station and NTP (Network Time Protocol) clock all in one. This project uses extremely simple hardware with a low parts count; you can get current and forecasted weather conditions for your specific location; plus, you have a clock that never needs to be manually set.

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