376RE: [wuhu_software_group] La Crosse WS2310TWC
- Jan 5 6:34 AM
I just got that one too. Are you enrolled in the CWOP? I am just now starting to get an automated Quality Check that compares to other local stations started. I don’t yet have a handle on the QC summary e-mail totally yet, but the graphs are good…
BTW, I am envious of all the stations around your big cities.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Tom Gunter
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 7:52 AM
Subject: Re: [wuhu_software_group] La Crosse WS2310TWC
Anything here close to you?
On 1/4/06, Mike <golfing18@...> wrote:
Hello everyone. I am a new member and new owner of the 2310.
Installation hint...make sure you have the polarity of the batteries
in the thermo-hygro sensor correct or you WILL spend half a day
trying to figure out why the wireless connection doesn't work.
Anyway...just wondering what might be the best way to tell if the
readings I am getting are accurate or not. Is there a website with
highly accurate readings for a given area somewhere? I would compare
mine to the local (Saint Charles, MO) TV channels, but they are in
downtown St. Louis and are going to be quite different than mine. At
this point, I would have to assume that mine are reasonably
accurate...or am I assuming something that I should not? I'm not
sure what everyone's opinion of this weather station is...would
certainly like to hear some. I followed the installation tips in the
manual for locating the thermo-hygro sensor (attached it to the
least sunny side of a pergola timber column....sees very little
sunlight...mostly in the morning...and is basically under the eave
of the house).
Anyway...any guidance/tips/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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