- Question: was the sensor broken but still connected? Disconnecting it might have made a difference. Jaye Ellen ... -- Jaye EllenMessage 1 of 8 , Jul 1, 2007View SourceQuestion: was the sensor broken but still connected? Disconnecting it might have made a difference.Jaye Ellen
On 6/30/07, Robert Laird <laird@...> wrote:
Thanks! That did the trick! I wonder why it didn't happen earlier
since the wind sensor has been broken for quite some time.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> The problem with WUHU reporting corrupt data is because the wind
> sensor is not plugged in.
> To fix it up for now, goto the tweak screen, enable the 'Disable Wind
> Sensor' then click the 'Save Changes' button.
> When you get the new wind sensor, go back and disable that checkbox.
> --- In email@example.com, "Robert Laird"
> <laird@> wrote:
> > COM1 errors:
> > Sat Jun 30 16:22:06 2007 > WUHU monitoring started (WUHU21523XXSP).
> > Sat Jun 30 16:22:06 2007 > Weather Underground ID: KTXFREEP2
> > Sat Jun 30 16:22:06 2007 > Weather Underground URL:
> > http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?
> > Sat Jun 30 16:22:06 2007 > Opened serial port COM1 successfully.
> > Sat Jun 30 16:22:40 2007 > Failed to retrieve weather data from
> > console. Possible invalid/corrupt data detected.
> > Sat Jun 30 16:23:15 2007 > An error occurred reading the wind speed
> > and direction from the console.
> > I should have mentioned that my wind sensor (direction and speed)
> > frozen up on me and should be replaced (but I can't find a way to
> > buy that part). And, short of buying a whole new system, there's
> > much I can do about it... but, I'm happy with the data without the
> > wind info...
> > Does WUHU insist on having all the data before it will work?
> > -- Robert