Re: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Weather station National Geographic 265 NE
Hello Dimitris, walls for 1600, three consecutive walls, all made of brick. To be more precise in the third room of the house. Aproximately 50 meters to the thermo-hygro sensor mounted on the street on an electric energy distribution pole, near a TV cable amplifier and it works !
All the best to you ! Eugen Radu, Oradea, Romania
--- On Sun, 7/20/08, petros0022 <petros0022@...> wrote:
From: petros0022 <petros0022@...>
Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Weather station National Geographic 265 NE
Date: Sunday, July 20, 2008, 3:45 PM
Hello again Eugen ,and thank you for this useful information about
IT 868 MHZ transmition where work the La-crosse 1600 .
One question :Do you said 50 meters with closed area range,near to
pc-TV e.t.c .My question is how many walls it have bettwen console
and out temp/hum sensor ?
Best regards from Greece
http://www.geocitie s.com/meteo19671 967
--- In wuhu_software_ group@yahoogroup s.com, Radu Eugen
<eugenraduoradea@ ...> wrote:
> Hello Dimitris,
> Even if the modell of La Crosse 3650 has no cable to transmit in a
wired mode like 2300
> I can tell you that is a very good weather station, it is the best
station of La Crosse, considering the price. I have a less
performant station the modell La Crosse 1600 IT plus and I can tell
you it does its job. It transmits data up to almost 100 meters in
free space and 50 meters even if you put it in the most remote room
near the computer, tv or anything else. I made some experiments with
mine and it works perfectly.
> You can put it even in a fridge and it works.
> I didn't change its batteries in the last 7 months and it works
like a swiss watch.
> Best regards from Romania, Eugen Radu, Oradea