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Author Topic: Davis v OS 968  (Read 700 times)

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Bashy

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Davis v OS 968
« on: February 14, 2017, 02:50:57 PM »
Not much in it at all, Davis anemometer  is mounted at only about 3m and the Davis solar and UV is behind the
summer house in the morning till the new mast comes, temp and humidity are right next to each other....
Davis on the left

Bashy

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Re: Davis v OS 968
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 09:36:38 AM »
Just to add further, i am quite impressed with my old OS968 station, temp and humidity wise its
spot on with the Davis, rain for the OS is about 0.2mm less and because the wind does not update
as often its losing many readings, max gust and wind speed, this is much lower, my solar in a jar
is pretty much on par, albeit not as repsonsive but near as damn it.

1 question, Davis and the OS Humidity are very simlar, but also about 10% lower then the 1 Vue
station and 3 RAF bases 1 to the north and 3 to the south of me. I am wondering if its because
they are in FARS?

 

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