My Current Pi Projects

Update 19 December 2017

Raspberry Pi's

  • Raspberry Pi 1 - OSMC Media Centre (B rev 1)
  • Raspberry Pi 2 - Weather Logging Rear / USB memory stick/ DNS Server (B+)
  • Raspberry Pi 3 - Weather Logging Front (B+)
  • Raspberry Pi 4 - DNS Server with Ad Blocking 433mhz receiver / Energenie Remote Plug controller (B rev 1)
  • Raspberry Pi 5 - Weather Display Board (A)
  • Raspberry Pi 6 - Gardening Pi connected to 8 way relay board (A+)
  • Raspberry Pi 7 - Connected to a cross trainer to track RPM / time (Zero rev 1.2)
  • Raspberry Pi 8 - Monitoring Station connected to 22" monitor (2)
  • Raspberry Pi 9 - Electricity Monitor connected to multiple SCT-013-000 Current Sensors (A+)
  • Raspberry Pi 21 - Pi Camera and USB Camera running motioneyeos (Front left) (B rev 2)
  • Raspberry pi 22 - Pi Camera and USB Camera running motioneyeos (Front right) (B rev 2)
  • Raspberry pi 22 - Pi Camera and USB Camera running motioneyeos (Rear) (B rev 2)

Broken - 1 x B+ (water), 2 x B rev 3 (ebay arrived broken)
TinyTX3 - Wireless Sensors - http://nathan.chantrell.net/tinytx-wireless-sensor/

  • Bathroom - DHT22 Humidity Sensor (Node 11)
  • Kitchen - DHT22 Humidity Sensor (12)
  • Hallway - DHT22 Humidity Sensor (14)
  • Extractor Fan Pipe - DHT22 Humidity Sensor (15)
  • Freezer- DS18B20 1-Wire Temperature Sensor (23)
  • Fridge - DS18B20 1-Wire Temperature Sensor (24)
  • Spare - DS18B20 1-Wire Temperature Sensor (26)
  • PC Case - DS18B20 1-Wire Temperature Sensor (27)
  • Air Con Fan - dual DS18B20 1-Wire Temperature Probes (29)
  • Door Switch (5)
  • Window Switch (6)

Wemos Devices

  • Wemos 1 - Weather sensing attached to 3 AA rechargeable batteries
  • Wemos 2 - Weather sensing attached to 4 AA rechargeable batteries
  • Wemos 3 - Weather sensing attached to 5 x 18650 batteries
  • Wemos 4 - Electricity Usage monitor attached to a SCT-006-000 current sensor

 

This site is a collection of notes, documentation and web links for my Pi's.

Retired Pi Uses

I mainly buy parts from CPC, ModMyPi, Pimoroni and eBay

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