Looking to build a Raspberry Pi Pico based Weather Station? The Raspberry Pi Pico Weather Board is just what you need! This board allows the Pico to operate with 12V power and provides connections for weather meters, a temperature sensor, and any Qwiic / STEMMA QT sensors or modules.
The Raspberry Pi Pico Weather Board is an all-in-one breakout board designed to turn your Raspberry Pi Pico or Pico W into a weather station. We have included connections and supporting circuitry for a number of popular additions including our Weather Meters, a DS18B20, and the AM2315. Additionally, we have a SparkFun Qwiic and Adafruit STEMMA QT connector onboard, meaning any compatible sensor or breakout can easily be connected. Perfect for adding a BME280 for Humidity / Pressure, a Light Sensor, UV Sensor, or whatever else you might need!
Because 5V isn’t always available, this board has an onboard DC/DC power converter, allowing the Pico to operate on voltages of 7-16VDC.
To make mounting as easy as possible, the Raspberry Pi Pico Irrigation Board is designed to fit in a Hammond 1591BFLBK enclosure.
Please Note: Raspberry Pi Pico not included.
- Input Voltage: 7 – 16VDC
- Qwiic / STEMMA QT connector
- Pico and Pico W compatible
- 2 x RJ11 Connectors (Weather Meters)
- 1 x 1-wire breakout
- 1 x i2c breakout
- Weight 35 g
- 1x Raspberry Pi Pico 1591B Weather Board