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SparkFun MicroMod Weather Carrier Board

The MicroMod Weather Carrier Board is a periphery for the MicroMod ecosystem that allows you to create your own weather station with one of a multitude of processors. Read more...

  • Description

The MicroMod Weather Carrier Board is a periphery for the MicroMod ecosystem that allows you to create your own weather station with one of a multitude of processors.

The carrier board includes three sensors: the BME280 temperature, pressure and humidity sensor, the VEML6075 UV sensor and the AS3935 Lightning detector.

Along with these on-board sensors there is a 3-pin latch terminal to add an external soil moisture sensor as well as a pair RJ11 jacks to plug in the wind and rain sensors included with our Weather Meter Kit. To top it all off there is a microSD card slot so you can plug in an SD card to log all of that glorious weather data using the MicroMod processor of your choosing!

MicroMod is a modular interface ecosystem that connects a microcontroller “processor board” to various “carrier board” peripherals. Utilizing the M.2 standard, the MicroMod standard is designed to easily swap out processors on the fly. Pair a specialized carrier board for the project you need with your choice of compatible processor!

Get started with the MicroMod Weather Carrier Board Guide

Features

  • Barometric Pressure/Humidity/Temperature Sensor - BME280
    • Operated in I2C mode. I2C address: 0x77
  • UV Light Sensor - VEML6075
    • I2C address: 0x10
  • Lightning Detector - AS3935
    • Operated in SPI mode.
  • 2 x RJ11 Connectors to connect Wind/Rain sensors.
  • 3-pin Latch Terminal to connect Soil Moisture sensor.

Documents

MicroMod Weather Carrier Board Documentation:

Weather Carrier Board Sensor Arduino Libraries:

MicroMod Documentation: