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Czech Server Arduino.cz & WeatherDuino Pro2
#1
Hi everybody,

today the Arduino.cz server released a new article in Czech language about the project WeatherDuino Pro2:

[Image: weather-duino-blokove-schema-500x306.png]

Best Regards
Best Regards
Zdenek

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#2
Interesting.
Possibly a better diagram than I made Wink
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#3
(06-10-2015, 02:09)uncle_bob Wrote: Interesting.
Possibly a better diagram than I made Wink

No, it's not possible - but you have your copyrights -> so, mission impossible ... Rolleyes
Best Regards
Zdenek

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#4
What a surprise! The article looks very good, now I'm gonna try to read it, hope google helps me!Smile

Thank you Zdenek

Here is the link to the article in Arduino.cz:
http://arduino.cz/stavba-meteo-stanice-w...uino-pro2/
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#5
(06-10-2015, 23:38)Werk_AG Wrote: I'm gonna try to read it, hope google helps me!Smile

Chrome's translate function worked for me (to English).
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#6
Hello my friend

It worked for me too! Translated to English.
I particularly liked the last phrase: "Overall, we can say that this project actually never ends and can be a life-long hobby."
That seems to be absolutely true, at least for me! Smile
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#7
(07-10-2015, 03:43)Werk_AG Wrote: Hello my friend

It worked for me too! Translated to English.
I particularly liked the last phrase: "Overall, we can say that this project actually never ends and can be a life-long hobby."
That seems to be absolutely true, at least for me! Smile

Hi there Smile

Yes that is very very true. Though I've slowed down on the tinkering front. I seem to cause more problems than I solve Wink
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#8
(07-10-2015, 04:25)uncle_bob Wrote: Hi there Smile

Yes that is very very true. Though I've slowed down on the tinkering front. I seem to cause more problems than I solve Wink

Really? I thought it was because now begin to be hot there, and you had fled to the coast. SmileSmileSmile
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#9
(07-10-2015, 05:24)Werk_AG Wrote: Really? I thought it was because now begin to be hot there, and you had fled to the coast. SmileSmileSmile

It is necessary to properly cool!

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Best Regards
Zdenek

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#10
Hi everybody,

today the Arduino.cz server again released a new article in Czech language about the project WeatherDuino Pro2 - more detail, especially on my build:

http://arduino.cz/arduino-meteostanice-weatherduino-pro-2-podrobneji/

I hope that it could attract more candidates. Wink

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Best Regards
Zdenek

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