Re: Relative and absolute air pressure don't match
- I adjusted the relative pressure at the console and it seems to work.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> It sounds like your relative pressure setting somehow became corrupt.
> It sounds like a memory bit was flipped somehow.
> The relative pressure is an offset from the absolute pressure but takes
> in to account the temperature and RH.
> What I would attempt to do is change the relative pressure at the
> To do this, hit set until you see the relative pressure flashing. Use +
> and - to adjust. Once you have the correct setting, hit the set button
> until you exit the setup and return to the normal display.
> Let me know if that works out.
> --- In email@example.com, "Magnus Alburg"
> <magnus_alburg@> wrote:
> > I have a La Crosse WS-2300-11 and have problems with the relative air
> > pressure.
> > I get an error messages from WUHU: "Relative air pressure reading of
> > 72,80 InHg detected. Value out of range ..." and when I check the
> > weather station console it shows 72,80 InHg. The absolute air pressure
> > on the console is 29,97 InHg.
> > Does anyone has an idea about how to fix this? I thought the relative
> > air pressure was calculated from the absolute pressure.
> > I have used the WS-2300 for more than 3 years without any problems and
> > I'm using both WUHU and HeavyWeather.
> > /Magnus