[aprssig] Weather Station for APRS

Eric H. Christensen eric at aehe.us
Mon Jul 13 19:49:17 EDT 2020

Wow, this looks like exactly what I've been looking for!  Thanks for pointing it out!

Eric WG3K

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On Monday, July 13, 2020 7:14 PM, Andrew AB9FX <ab9fx at aprs.pl> wrote:

> Hi,
> I use Davis station with wx3in1. Only thing you need is a serial interface. Not necessary the APRS version - Davis 6540, the simple serial Davis 6510 is good enough to connect Davis wx station to wx3in1.
> Wx3in1 https://microsat.com.pl/product_info.php?products_id=100&osCsid=f68a73a24783f19722a199de2b538127 I think is also sold by HRO.
> Computer is needed only for configuration.
> In my other location SR3WXA, I use TinyTrak 4 with Davis, in such case you need Davis 6540 interface.
> 73
> Andy AB9FX
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> Subject: [aprssig] Weather Station for APRS
> If you were to buy a weather station, today, that was of good quality (data collection-wise) and would easily connect to an APRS client (thinking YAAC) when the client was available or with a Kantronics TNC or Byonics MicroTrak MTT4BT when a client isn't available (like when I take my computer with me to leave the site for a period of time).
> The standard has been the Peet Brothers Ultimeter 2100 but I haven't really been happy with the quality of the station or the displays. The Davis stations all seem to require some sort of computer to handle the data and won't directly interface with anything non-proprietary that I know of. Is there something in the middle that is of good quality but also easy to work with data-wise?
> 73,
> Eric WG3K
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