Ok so the content on this blog doesn’t change that often! so I’ve decided to add some interactive pages that provide real-time data. Notice now that there are two new pages Weather list at the top & down the right hand side. I’ve also added a small weather widget as well, this take a live feed from my La Crosse WS-2310. During the winter months the temperature sensor does get a little direct sunlight, so readings between about 8am to 10am may be higher than what the real temperature is, but as this is only for personal use you should not base any decisions on the weather data provided from this, please refer to the BOM for such details.&
Just a little more info on the WS-2310…
As I use Linux, the software that was provided with the WS-2310 is for MS Windows. I needed to find something that could talk to and get the data from the weather station, the solution, Open2300 this give more functionality that what the original software provided!
interval2300 cw2300 light2300
dump2300 log2300 fetch2300
minmax2300 mysql2300 wu2300
histlog2300 xml2300 open2300
I won’t go into detail about all of these, but the main two I use are … mysql2300 & wu2300 (with a slight mod) and a third utility that is provided from weather underground while open2300db2APRS is an interpreter for mysql to XASTIR.called open2300db2APRS. MySQL2300 places the weather data into a mysql database and wu2300 uploads my weather data directly to
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