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weather station based on STONE HMI and ESP32


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This application function is divided into three parts: temperature monitoring, humidity monitoring, and light monitoring. After startup, there will be a boot interface first. After a moment, you will enter the main function interface. In this interface, we can select the monitoring items, such as temperature, humidity, and illumination. There will be a text box under the temperature monitoring interface to display the temperature data transmitted from esp32, a "start" button, and a "stop" button to start and stop the temperature monitoring. If you want to exit the interface, you can select the "return" button; the second item is humidity monitoring, and there is also a text box under this interface for displaying esp32. For the humidity data transmitted, the "start" and "stop" buttons are used to start and stop monitoring, and a return button is used to exit the current interface. The third item is light intensity monitoring. Different from the previous two functions, counting is used here, and one is added every time there is light.

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part of code

if(Serial.available() != 0)

  {

    for(cout_i = 0; cout_i < 9; cout_i ++)

    {

        RecievedTemp[cout_i] = Serial.read();

    }

    switch(RecievedTemp[5])

    {

    case 0x0D://Temperature start

        TemperatureBool = true;

        break;

    case 0x0E://Temperature stop

        TemperatureBool = false;

        TemperatureOutput[6] = 0;

        TemperatureOutput[7] = 0;

        Serial.write(TemperatureOutput, 8);

        break;

    case 0x0F://Temperature back

        TemperatureBool = false;

        break;

    case 0x11://Humidity start

      HumidityBool = true;

        break;

    case 0x12://Humidity stop

        HumidityBool = false;

        HumidityValue = 0;

        HumidityOutput[7] = HumidityValue;

        Serial.write(HumidityOutput, 8);

        break;

    case 0x10://Humidity back

        HumidityBool = false;

        break;

    case 0x14://illumination start

      illuminationBool = true;

      illuminationState = false;

        break;
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