Click here to see pictures of the K0RX-5 µWeather™ station deployed

 

Here are several pictures here so that you can get an idea of what µWeather™ looks like and what kind of assembly expertise is required to build it (not much - its a pretty straightforward project). This one went together in about two hours.

 

This picture shows µWeather™ assembled and operating. The board is designed to fit a Hammond 1598B enclosure, however it is not mounted in the enclosure in this photograph so that you can see more detail. Click the thumbnail to see an enlarged version.

 

The µWeather™ PC Board. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image with more detail.

 

The µWeather™ display. Click on the thumbnail to see more detail.

 

Another picture of the completed µWeather™ pc board. Click on the thumbnail to see more detail.

 

This picture shows KD7TA's µWeather™ mounted in the bottom half of a Hammond 1598BGY enclosure. He has substituted a temperature-controlled crystal oscillator (TCXO) for the quartz watch-type crystal that is in the standard design (he's a fanatic for accurate time ;-). The TCXO is the small black package between the battery and the clock. He's also included an RJ-45 socket for the bootloader programming dongle. As usual, click on the picture for a larger version.

 

Click here to see pictures of the K0RX-5 µWeather™ station deployed