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Offline 000gig

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  • Kitimat, B. C. Canada
WS-2010 Wireless Weather Staion
« on: June 30, 2004, 03:01:47 AM »
Am thinking of purchasing this unit, any comments, and does anybody know any dealers in Canada who want to make some money off me :D  was told to look at the WMR968 Cable Free Weather Station, to new to know the difference any help would be appreciated.  :D  :D  Thanks guys :wink:
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Offline Phoniclynx

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  • Adelaide, Australia
    • Tucker's Weather Station
WS-2010 Wireless Weather Staion
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2004, 02:36:20 PM »
Hehe, I can kinda answer that for you. I can five you a few good points and bad points for it if you want.

Good
  • Can have the sensors reasonable (100m) distance away frin the unit.
  • Can have up to 16 seperate sensors.
  • Rather easy to set up. Plug it in and it goes..
  • It can talk to the WS-2150 and WS-2000 range of sensors.
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Bad
  • If to far away the sensor will give strange readings or no reading at all.
  • You need to have a WS-2020 indoor themometer to recieve barometer readings
  • Barometer readings are only in whole numbers which give rather jaggard graphs.
  • Data is logged every 3 mins which can cause jaggard graphs when using 12 hour views. 24 hours and above looks decent though.
  • The Datalogger can not recieve readings from the lux sensor that comes with the WS-2150. Therefore you need to use an extra sensor to get your solor reading.
  • [/list:u]

    I hope that is usefull for you. I am in Australia so I can't tell you where to buy it in Canada, however I did buy mine from the USA, IL. Who have been rather good to me.

    Tucker
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Offline Weather Display

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WS-2010 Wireless Weather Staion
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2004, 09:20:55 PM »
yeah, the biggest downfall is only ever 3 minute data updating
the wmr968 is every 15 seconds

Offline Phoniclynx

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WS-2010 Wireless Weather Staion
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2004, 03:44:24 AM »
can the the wmr968  beused with this at all do you know brian? or in conjunction with this?
Tucker
Adelaide Australia.
ESXi 5.1 with 6TB HDD and 32GB RAM, Running XP
AAG 1-Wire Network, Baro, Humidity Sensor, V3 Weather Station, Rain Gauge, Solar Sensor, HUB
Tucker's Weather Station

Offline Weather Display

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« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2004, 06:14:15 AM »
no, the sensors , etc, are completly different...:(