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https://designspark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/community/topics/200624545-DesignSpark-PCB-Discussion@davecole, I think the last column of the output is the relative humidity. The code for it in the source code appears to be cut off by the edge of the screen capture window.
While this is...Great Project... A weather station is obviously more than just temperature, I'd be interested to also see humidity and maybe rainfall. Will this product allow you to expand to monitor these as well? Can...@RobbieDunion I love these :D
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