WeatherWise Solar Pro
Used at my home is a WEATHERWISE - Solar Pro Weather Station
The Weatherwise (915MHz) Pro Instraments are mounted on the peak of the roof at home.
Setting up the instrament was pretty easy and took about 15 minutes. The only minor issue I had was the wiring. There was a 50/50 chance I would have to RG cables plug in reverse and I did it. With the wires plug in the wrong sockets nothing seemed to work. After awhile away from troubleshooting the darn thing I took another look at the wiring diagram and spotted my problem. Switching the wires fixed everything and I was on my way to being a Meteorologist :-)
Moments later after looking at the boring display and P.C. application for an hour I decided that it would be fun to get the instrument report its’ readings to WeatherUndergound.com.
Doing this became an issue with the stock version of the Weatherwise software available for the P.C. only.
There was another version I could have purchased for a MAC and its’ cost was around $70.
That solution was not a practical one for me.
I already had a Linux box setup here so I decided to look around for another compatible software package.
BINGO!!! I found it, a Linux application called fowsr-1.0 Click here for more information on fowsr
The Weatherwise Instraments (915MHz) professional touch-screen weather station specifications from the manufacturer is as follows:
Weatherwise Solar Pro Includes:
Base Station Features:
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