The Oregon scientific console does just that. It sends what it receives on the wind side of the house. The High gust is determined by software..I.e. the lastMessage 1 of 12 , Feb 1, 2007View SourceThe Oregon scientific console does just that. It sends what it receives on the wind side of the house. The High gust is determined by software..I.e. the last 10 min or whatever you set the parameter to, based on whatever software you use. In most stations, the gust is merely the highest wind over the sample period. I know Wuhu does just that. What confuses some folks is like, WU may download their data every five minutes..The high wind is stored for 10 minutes, so it may show a different "gust" that was stored while the actual wind speed changed. But on their home computer, it would show gust and max windspeed as the same as they are both logged at the same time. Does that make sense? I think if Paulo watched the gauges on WUHU he would see what I mean.----- Original Message -----From: wuhu_softwareSent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:44 PMSubject: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Oregon Scientific WMR928NX and Wuhu software
I can work with you to determine the problem.
Can you post your WU id so I can look at your data?
--- In wuhu_software_ group@yahoogroup s.com, "Paulo Bezerra"
<paulofloripa2003@ ...> wrote:
> I need help!
> I bought a station Oregon Scientific WMR928NX that is working well
> with Wuhu with exception of the wind, therefore Wuhu does not make the
> reading of wind gusts. Wuhu makes the reading of the average, making
> with that the wind registers are very below of the registered one.