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Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem Thanks Brian: Yes indeed I've found all of what you mention as well as the WV5 data store in "applications" where old data could possibly be stored. I'm
Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem heavyweather will create a folder called heavyweather, c:\heavyweather or c:\program files\heavyweather. Unless the program creates some registry keys, which
Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem Thank you for being willing to help out. I have checked program files and windos etc looking for anything related to HWP, La Crosse or that may say WS or 2800
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Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem Hello Brian: I just checked in the Windows/System 32 folder and I couldn't find a Cvirte file, the closest I could find to that it is a CVX300.dll file. I
Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem Don't know if this is relevant c:\windows\system32\cvirte, was an issue with older serial port models. Peace, Love and Wiener Dogs. ... help me with a
Re: Heavy Weather Pro problem Sometimes it installs to root and program files. Depend on the path you used when installed. I know there was some issue with sub programmed used by HW, that
Heavy Weather Pro problem Hello: Can anyone please help me with a connection problem with my computer, my display unit and my heavy weather pro software? In a previous cry for help I
WS 2813 problem with Heavy Weather pro Hello everyone: I use a WS 2813 wireless station which has, until recently, been a pretty good station in the HW pro department. After about 3 years of use, my
WS-8610 Datarecorder import fails > cable broken The Datarecorder import failed now and then, after some weeks didn't work at all. It appears the cable was broken at the DB9 connector. I posted an update to
Re: Arduino based receiver this is definitely on topic for me. I have a collection of pieces from a 2316 system. I have been trying to figure out the interface in the hygrometer or of
Dec 3, 2013#3858
Re: Arduino based receiver A bit off-topic, but FYI in case others don't know... Those DS18B20 temperature units will talk directly with a standard PC serial port. Here's a simple
Nov 25, 2013#3857
Re: Arduino based receiver ... I knocked one of those up a couple of weeks ago to complement the transmitter I implemented. It handles all the received data OK but as yet doesn't do the
Nov 22, 2013#3856
Re: Arduino based receiver Thanks!!! That's awesome! After I finish up the current capacitor-ectomy I'm doing on a Hallicrafters early-1940s shortwave tube receiver, I'll jump forward 70
Nov 22, 2013#3855
Re: Arduino based receiver Not at hand Aaron, but I will poke about to see what I can find.
Nov 22, 2013#3854
Re: Arduino based receiver Jeff, Do you have a spec for the 915Mhz protocol used by the P4200? If so, send it my way. -- Aaron Turner http://synfin.net/ Twitter: @synfinatic
Nov 22, 2013#3853
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Re: Arduino based receiver Thank you all for sticking with this issue/project-- the need is great and, sad-to-say, poorly addressed by companies such as LaCrosse. I realize that I've
Nov 22, 2013#3852
lacross 7395 The indoor humidity readout isn't working, all I see are 2 dashes. I've done a complete reset as other reading weren't showing also, now everything else works.
Nov 22, 2013#3851
Re: Arduino based receiver All my testing is done with 915Mhz units so far, but I have some basic code working. I haven't yet added support for rain/wind sensors, but temp/humidity
Nov 22, 2013#3850
Re: Arduino based receiver I've seen that. I have wanted to do my LaCrosse, but it's a 915Mhz not a 433Mhz, and apparently there are differences in programming the radios. I have yet to
Nov 22, 2013#3849
Arduino based receiver I don't know if you weatherstation owning Arduino tinkerers are aware of this. The *Practical Arduino* book contains a *Weather Station Receiver* chapter. It
Nov 21, 2013#3848
Memorymap for Ws2307 Hello! I'm running WS2307 together with my Rasberry Pi. It works fine and I cant get out the log-information with Sw Open2300. But not all commands. I have
Nov 19, 2013#3847
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? Actually, I think it is the sht15 device on WS2315 . I think rather that desoldering I will just take dremel tool and cuttoff wheel to carve out that part of
Nov 17, 2013#3846
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? And at least it's not this SHT15 type of package they're using! Now THAT is tiny!
Nov 13, 2013#3845
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? I wonder if that's what is inside here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/181236239096?lpid=82 On 11/13/2013 10:46 PM, don_wa5ngp@... wrote: turns out that
Nov 13, 2013#3844
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? turns out that the temp sensor is combined with the humidity sensor and is also i2c accessible. They use this part.
Nov 13, 2013#3843
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? Ok, I'll look for that one. I bet its not going to be easy to remove without destroying it. :( How much current flows thru your remote sensors? rain, temp
Nov 13, 2013#3842
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? ... Interesting problem - I've got 3 DS18B20 sensors on my window controller on the tunnel house and that has run without a hitch for 3 years now :) I'm
Nov 12, 2013#3841
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Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? I'd go with the Arduino, but that's just me liking the Arduino ;-) That being said, I have had problems running my Dallas DS18B20s for an extended period of
Nov 12, 2013#3840
Re: temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? ... On both of my dead sensors it looks like a tiny glass bead with a couple of wires to it/though it about 10mm from the humidity sensor An alternative is to
Nov 12, 2013#3839
temp sensor on 2315 hygro unit? I'm about to install my 3rd 2315 type unit. First one lightning got when it was in wired mode. I switched to wireless mode on the 2nd one and it lasted a
Nov 12, 2013#3838
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