9665Re: Modifying a Lacrosse Ws23xx for Frequent Wireless Updates
- Feb 3, 2008Wow, nice job !
I looked over the WIKI and it is a bit above what I would be willing
to try. BTW nice instructions also.
Makes you wonder why LaCrosse didn't do this in the first place?
Doesn't seem to be a whole lot of cost involved.
Thanks for sharing your success.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jon" <flagbuff@...>
> Hi Everyone,
> I've wanted to try the wireless mod for my WS2315 for a long time
> After a false start , I was able to get the WS2315 transmitter tosend
> updates almost constantly on batteries. It works great and I cannow
> see the wind gusts as they happen instead of hearing "whoosh" andhaving
> the wind speed read "calm"! [/:)] Rapidfire actually workswithout
> having to run the wires between the transmitter and the consolenow.
> All credit for the hack goes to fabriziosalvadori.com I simply
> documented my steps on ewikihow:
> How to Modify a Lacrosse Ws2300 for Frequent Wireless Updates
> pdates>modify a
> This Wiki is a translation of a web page that describes how to
> Lacrosse WS2300 Weather station to transmit data every 8 secondsor so.
> Normally, data is sent on an intermittent basis. This can beanywhere
> from 32 seconds to up to 10 minutes.owner.
> I hope this helps another fellow WS2310/WS2315 Weather station
> Jon G.
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