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Reanimating a B&G Network Wind Instrument

In one of my previous projects I built a masthead wind sensor using an Arduino to process the signals and output a NMEA string. Next I wanted to make an instrument on the boat to display the information. I found … Continue reading

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Building a NMEA 0183 Wind Instrument

UPDATED 09/08/2016.¬†Following on from the last project, where I broadcast NMEA GPS data to iSailor, I wanted to send wind measurements as well. The mast in my Westsail 32 was out, and it was a perfect time to put a … Continue reading

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Weather Station Part 2

Continued from part 1. Alright! So I got my Arduino, time to mess around with it! …and in the process of messing around with it, the serial port on the router stopped working. <Sad-Face>. Luckily the WRT54G has two serial … Continue reading

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Weather Station Part 1

Way back in 2007 I made a weather station to be used on my dad’s property. The original idea was to build a station that could log temperature, humidity, wind speed and rain and make the data available on the … Continue reading

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