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so I found the arduino code, but it gives me a lot of errors when I want to upload it to the arduino.
And unfortunately I don't know how to do for the adapter or how to correct it to make it work.
Thanks for the info, but I got the sensors for the weather station, except I'm not going to put the light sensor on.
But if you tell me it might work, I'm interested.
But I'm not so good at installing with Linux, I'm just starting out.
The main objective is to get the weather station to intervene on the opening and closing of my observatory roof.
I assume that you have the Arduino IDE already installed, if not, you can dowload it from www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software for your platform (Windows, MAC, Linux,...).
Once you have all required parts (IDE, Arduino libraries for your sensors, MeteoStation firmware code,... you need to make the necessary changes in indiduinoMETEO.ino to reflect the sensors you are using and then compile for your MeteoStation platform (Arduino Nano, Uno, etc...). There should not be major compilation problems.
As mentioned on a previous post, read the MeteoStation related web pages and follow the relevant links. They contain useful info.
then it is while wanting to compile with arduino IDE, because it marks me that there are things which do not go, of the blow, of the blow I cannot download it on board arduino.
but I think that normally it should install even if I'm not the right sensor.
I'm going to look again on the page, but not all simple to understand for me, because I go through the translator (like now) because my english is not so good anymore.