Lesson 5 – Weather Logger
Booting up the Raspberry Pi
- Let’s get started and boot up the Raspberry Pi.
- Grab a good quality USB cable and a USB power adaptor (2.5A).
- Plug one end of the USB cable into the plug and the other microUSB end into the Raspberry Pi.
- This should now power up the Raspberry Pi.
- Once the Raspberry Pi has booted up, please ensure that it is able to connect it to the network so that you can access it over VNC.
- If you are using a local monitor connected to the Raspberry Pi, you are all sorted.
- Else get connected to the Raspberry Pi using VNC.
- Our next tutorial is called, “Weather Logger”.
- As part of this tutorial we will log weather data i.e. temperature, humidity, pressure, etc. and then display all of the data as a graph.
- Click on the following link to access the tutorial – Weather Logger
- Clicking on the each of the links above opens them up in a new window
- This development track is based on the Rasbperry Pi and the add-on Sense HAT board.
- You will need access to both the Raspberry Pi 3 including the Sense HAT board to be able to work on these tutorials.
- If you haven’t purchased one yet please head over to Raspberry Pi.org and purchase one now.
- Depending on where you live you might also be able to pick up the Raspberry Pi and Sense HAT at your local electronics hobby store.
- You can read more about the Raspberry Pi here – RaspberryPi.org.