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Weather Station Equipment / Re: Looking for PC suggestions
« Last post by broadstairs on Today at 10:56:59 PM »
Hi,

I have been looking at the Intel i3 Tall Baby Canyon NUC (BOXNUC7I3BNH) with 4GB DDR4- 2133 RAM, 120GB SSD storage and Win 10 Pro OS. The CPU is a dual core, four thread 2.4 GHz processor.

I just want to confirm if this system will be capable of running WXSIM, WXSIM-Lite or Auto Compare at separate times alongside WD without causing WD to hang.

Many Thanks.

Link: https://www.scan.co.uk/products/intel-7th-gen-barebone-nuc-kit-i3-7100u-ddr4-m2plus25-sata-gbe-wifi-bt-intel-hd-graphics-620-usb-31

Should be more than capable. I run that config on a Gigabyte Brix with a 64 bit Celeron and have no problems at all, cost as barebones was pence under 100.

Stuart
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Weather Station Equipment / Re: Looking for PC suggestions
« Last post by niko on Today at 10:45:56 PM »
Assuming 64 bit Win 10 I would increase the memory (if possible), CPU should be fine.
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Weather Station Equipment / Re: Looking for PC suggestions
« Last post by rh205 on Today at 10:24:33 PM »
Hi,

I have been looking at the Intel i3 Tall Baby Canyon NUC (BOXNUC7I3BNH) with 4GB DDR4- 2133 RAM, 120GB SSD storage and Win 10 Pro OS. The CPU is a dual core, four thread 2.4 GHz processor.

I just want to confirm if this system will be capable of running WXSIM, WXSIM-Lite or Auto Compare at separate times alongside WD without causing WD to hang.

Many Thanks.

Link: https://www.scan.co.uk/products/intel-7th-gen-barebone-nuc-kit-i3-7100u-ddr4-m2plus25-sata-gbe-wifi-bt-intel-hd-graphics-620-usb-31
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WD Questions / Re: Wind Chill with Ultimeter 2000
« Last post by Fcfrey on Today at 09:30:35 PM »
Sorry my bad ---I meant to type 8 degrees not 18 --- you are correct about that calculation, but at 8 degrees there is no capability to indicate a below zero reading.
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WD Questions / Re: Wind Chill with Ultimeter 2000
« Last post by niko on Today at 08:35:14 PM »
My issue is with the windchill graph.  It is displayed on the bottom of the lower graph with zero as the baseline and no space below. Obviously, with 25MPH wind speed and 18 degrees F. The wind chill is well below zero.

According to the NOAA Windchill Calculator that combination is zero, not below.
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Chatter / Re: cold today
« Last post by Weather Display on Today at 08:30:36 PM »
I am assuming that did not pan out :)
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WD uses the humidity reading
and so it will use that 1 wire humidity reading if you have set to use that, to calculate the dew point
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WD Questions / Re: Correcting bad/missing data
« Last post by Weather Display on Today at 08:23:23 PM »
yes,
and then after converting the logfile to data file then you can use the convert all logfiles (tick that) so that WD scans the logfile for new all time recors to check/set
(as long as your logfile data is OK)
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WD Questions / Re: Issue With Rain Data From Bloomsky Strom
« Last post by Weather Display on Today at 08:17:34 PM »
next time its raining for you, email me your bloomsky connection settings you set in WD and I will test/check here and see what is going on
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