Re: WS2310 suddenly not communicating with WUHU
I should have clarified my earlier questions.
Since your problem is intermittent, you will need to wait until WUHU
is generating errors then look to the console to see if the wind data
is showing up on the console.
Also note whether other data is present when this is happening. We
need to isolate whether this is a remote thermo sensor problem or a
wind sensor only problem.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> Does the wind speed and direction show up on the console? If not,
> this might indicate that the wind sensor has failed for some reason.
> --- In email@example.com, "Kathy L Barnes (nee
> Sanborn)" <barnkat@> wrote:
> > OK, I run WUHU directly (not through Heavyweather) using my
> > WS2310. It has run fine until this past week, when suddenly Ispeed
> > getting constant error messages such as these:
> > Mon Jun 02 17:04:23 2008 > Attempting to re-open port COM1.
> > Mon Jun 02 17:04:23 2008 > Port COM1 re-opened successfully,
> > attempting to resume communications.
> > Mon Jun 02 17:05:19 2008 > An error occurred reading the wind
> > and direction from the console.speed
> > and
> > Mon Jun 02 20:12:32 2008 > An error occurred reading the wind
> > and direction from the console.5000
> > Mon Jun 02 20:12:32 2008 > Time to next console communication:
> > milliseconds.invalid/corrupt
> > or data black outs such as this:
> > Mon Jun 02 17:05:19 2008 > Communications error or
> > data retrieved from console.unplugging
> > I've reset the WS2310 (pressing Pressure & Wind) to clear out all
> > data several times. I tried taking the batteries out and
> > it for several minutes, then plugging it in and resetting,without
> > success. I've replaced the batteries in the sender and checkedthe
> > incoming wiring from the wind and rain gauges. I've tried runningI
> > Heavyweather (by itself) just to see if I'm getting any data, and
> > get all the data (temps, pressure - which I've set from a nearby
> > station's data - wind, etc.) - it's just not getting into WUHU or
> > (like it did this afternoon) it comes in for a short time, then
> > again. Any ideas?