Arduino Barometric Pressure Web Server

This example shows how to use SPI communications to read data from a SCP1000 Barometric Pressure sensor, and how to then post that data to the web by using your Arduino/Ethernet Shield combo as a simple web server.

Using the Ethernet library, your device will be able to answer HTTP requests by responding with just enough HTML for a browser to display the temperature and barometric pressure values outputted by your sensor. After completing your circuit and uploading the example code below, simply navigate to your Ethernet shield’s IP address, in a browser, to see this information.

See the Barometric Pressure Sensor example for more on how the sensor works.


Arduino Barometric Pressure Web Server Schematic


SCP1000 Barometric Pressure Sensor Display

Serves the output of a Barometric Pressure Sensor as a web page.
Uses the SPI library. For details on the sensor, see:

This sketch adapted from Nathan Seidle's SCP1000 example for PIC:

SCP1000 sensor attached to pins 6,7, and 11 - 13:
DRDY: pin 6
CSB: pin 7
MOSI: pin 11
MISO: pin 12
SCK: pin 13

created 31 July 2010
by Tom Igoe

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Hardware Required

  • SCP1000 Pressure Sensor Breakout Board
  • Arduino Ethernet Shield


For more detail: Arduino Barometric Pressure Web Server

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