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Hobby Board - Lightning Detector.

For discussion of DIY weather equipment - sensors, accessories, improvements to existing kit etc
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Weather Station: vantage vue
Operating System: windows 7
Location: Heanor, Derbyshire

Hobby Board - Lightning Detector.

Post by petesvue »

I have obtained a Hobby Board Lightning detector and would like to use it for detection only, not as a logger on a oww. Hobby Boards are no longer operating and i cannot find any information about it.
If anyone can help with a simple circuit either audible warning or leds i would appreciate your help.

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Weather Station: WH 1081 (EasyWeather type)
Location: Garforth, W. Yorks, UK

Re: Hobby Board - Lightning Detector.

Post by harrym1byt »

There is this, which is a live online lightning map.. https://www.netweather.tv/live-weather/lightning

This, which is a design for a homebuilt detector.. http://www.techlib.com/electronics/lightning.html

A more involved Arduino version.. https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduin ... -Detector/

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