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 A detailed parts list can be downloaded from here: [[http://​www.meteocercal.info/​forum/​attachment.php?​aid=530|WeatherDuino Pro2 TX v3.12 - Parts List]]. A detailed parts list can be downloaded from here: [[http://​www.meteocercal.info/​forum/​attachment.php?​aid=530|WeatherDuino Pro2 TX v3.12 - Parts List]].
  
-Each WeatherDuino transmitter comprises a single printed circuit board (PCB) approximately 100mm x 60mm. The PCB has two main functions. First, it provides an interface to a number of sensors via connectors mounted around two sides of the board. Second, it provides a radio frequency (RF) link between an Arduino Nano microcontroller and a remote WeatherDuino receiver. Two RJ45 Ethernet-style sockets provide connections to a rain sensor and an anemometer. Many low-cost wind/rain sensors use these connectors but beware that not all use the same pin arrangement, see this post for further information:​ [[http://​www.meteocercal.info/​forum/​attachment.php?​aid=1136|Debugging Davis Wind Sensor.]]+Each WeatherDuino transmitter comprises a single printed circuit board (PCB) approximately 100mm x 60mm. The PCB has two main functions. First, it provides an interface to a number of sensors via connectors mounted around two sides of the board. Second, it provides a radio frequency (RF) link between an Arduino Nano microcontroller and a remote WeatherDuino receiver. Two RJ45 Ethernet-style sockets provide connections to a rain sensor and an anemometer. Many low-cost wind/rain sensors use these connectors but beware that not all use the same pin arrangement.
  
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