Raspberry Pi Experiment 13: Anemometer based on sensors F200-201/2 (wind speed/direction)

Related Experiments:

Experiment Goals:

1. Learn working with new type of wind direction and speed sensors

2. Make a prototype which may be used for data collecting at different locations, having the following features: direction sensor calibration, storage of compressed wind data

3. No power saving features at this stage. It shall work from 220 V power source.

Components:

– F200-201Wind Speed Sensor (ebay)

F200-202Wind Direction Sensor (ebay)

Schematics:

TBD

Software:

https://github.com/pageal/RPi-Wind/blob/master/05_wind_speed_meter_f200.py

Pictures and story:

– 5V and 12V power supply
IMG_20150627_092228 IMG_20150626_171548

– Sensors are installed
IMG_20150626_173410 IMG_20150626_211847

– RPi is connected and activated
IMG_20150627_102107 IMG_20150711_222750

– All is initially tested and placed outside for SW development and testing (using WiFi and VNC)
IMG_20150718_200716 IMG_20150725_172837 IMG_20150719_072012

– Data capturing, display and compression:
IMG_20150711_222907 IMG_20150725_225158

Data Analysis:
Measurements by order
samples

Number of measurements per direction
analysis_1

Summary speed per direction
analyusis_2

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