15279RE: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Lacrosse cables and sensors
- Oct 7, 2009
Actually I was just thinking about looking around for an affordable set up like you described. Thanks for the info! - Rob
You might be interested in my approach to keep the 23XX thermo/hydro unit powered -
I picked up a Oregon Scientific STR938 solar unit from a surplus store - The STR938
unit has a solar panel, a Ni-MH battery and 2 regular back-up AA Alkaline batteries.
I wired the STR938 unit to the battery connections on the WS23XX therm-hydro unit
The output from the (STR938) internal RJ11 (6-pin) is 3.67v.
> I think a quick search of this forum will give you lot´s of results of
> success replacing cables with shielded-twisted pair cable.with invalid
> On that note, I´ve being thinking of doing this myself. I´ve been plagued
> wind speed readings on my 2317. I´ve been using rechargeable batteries onmine.
> My batteries ran out this recently. After replacing them, I´ve had noerroneous
> readings since. Weak batteries may have been causing the majority of thebad
> readings. I may be switching to disposables soon. FYIOn Behalf Of lratcliff lratcliff
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> Has anyone tried changing out the cables on the sencors on the
> Lacrosse gear with something a little more imune to RF? I was
> thinking of something like a shielded twin conductor wire like is used
> in commercial audio mic cable.
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