Re: La crosse catalogue 2007-2008
Looking at the 2-550 station, it seems like they've finally understood
what would be the perfect way to handle those measuring units. :D
The TX Combi is pretty much like the one we've seen in Davis'
stations, although they're not as tightly packed. It looks nice, but
is that picture of the TX Combi real or just a sketch of what it MIGHT
look like? In my eyes, it looks as if it were drawn there...
Besides, the station looks very, very interesting indeed. Let's hope
they don't do any (major) modifications to the protocol or we're in
for another raffle...
At first I thought WS2500 was a good catch, but after checking the
specs, I stepped back: Update rate of 3 minutes is very, very
unappealing by any standard. With an update rate that long, you are
destined to lose some information on the way.
Besides, the WS2500 is only a Display to Computer interface for the
WS7000 outdoor measuring units and the computer is connected with the
station by USB.
The WS7000-13 seems to be the 'station' (or more likely: receiver)
without displays, intended for a straight-forward transmission of
weather data to computer, but using a serial interface. Unfortunately,
the measuring interval is still that same 3 minutes nonetheless.
Finland Weather Exchange (FinWX)
CW4473 / IUUSIMAA2
--- In email@example.com, "wuhu_software"
> Good find.
> I see on page 24 a re-vamp of the WS-36XX with the 900Mhz
> transmissions, PC interface (hopefully the same interface/protocol as
> the WS-36XX).
> On page 32, there appears to be an entirely new station.
> Thanks for sharing.
> PS - It does appear that the WS-2350 is a re-vamp of the WS-23XX with
> a USB interface (so the advertisement says).
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "petros0022"
> <petros0022@> wrote:
> > Hello from Greece
> > I found a pdf catalogue La crosse at France Europe about weather
> > station 2007-2008
> > http://lacrossetechnology.fr/paris/cata0708/P50-Catalog-
> > http://www.lacrossetechnology.fr/index.php?lang=en
> > Best regards from Greece
> > Dimitris
> > http://www.geocities.com/meteo19671967