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  • At your local hardware store, tell the clerk that you want "Aluminum Foil Tape". It is used for connecting heat ducting pipes together. It is NOT the cloth duct tape that we all know. If you know somebody that works in a heating/air conditioning shop you may get some from them. It has a sticky backside with a protective covering. I cut pieces in the shape of the vane (tail) and...
    Rich Brunnworth Oct 23, 2009
  • I put some aluminum foil tape on the tail of my vane to slow the reaction time down some. Now it's steadier. Rich robreab wrote: > > > In continuing efforts to 'fine tune' my LaCrosse ws2317, my latest is > to resolve a problem with the wind vane. > > It seems to be designed poorly. It continualy 'flips' direction with > the slightest variation in wind direction. This results in...
    Rich Brunnworth Oct 23, 2009
  • It's worth a try. Worst that can happen is it doesn't work. LOL Rich wuhu_software wrote: > > > > One clue might be that I did run a WS-2308 with the old remote thermo > type. It did work. I later swapped it out for the newer version and it > was then full range. That is why I believe it may be possible. I do > have an old console I could check it out... Maybe tomorrow. > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Oct 4, 2009
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  • Will the console recognize the 1-99% humidity range? Rich wuhu_software wrote: > > > > The WS-23XX stuff is probably all compatible however the older remote > thermo supports a limited relative humidity range of 19-90%? rather > than 1-99% in the newer versions. > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Oct 4, 2009
  • My personal opinion is that the vane is too well balanced, so what I did was to put more weight on the tail using foil tape. Reaction time has been slowed some, but the readings are now more reliable (at least for me). Rich Rob Reab wrote: > > > I think this is a physical problem with the weather vane design. I’ve > watched the vane flip back and forth a lot. This problem occurs...
    Rich Brunnworth May 3, 2009
  • Read the reviews here: http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/5740 Rich Lew Best wrote: > > Looks like my Lacrosse 2308 has bit the dust; need a replacement. > Anyone know anything about these? Price sure is right! EBay 230324684819 > > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Feb 13, 2009
  • I'm just glad I haven't found out about this with my station. LOL Rich Annie Grieshop wrote: > > Yep, mine conked out at -21.8, as well, sometime 0700 and 0730 today. > I figured it had reached its limit, so I'm glad to know that's what > it was ('though I wish it wouldn't). > > > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Jan 15, 2009
  • Use the black ty-wraps. They are made for use in sunshine. Rich Bob Tyszka wrote: > > I use hose clamps to hold my cable in place. The sun just makes the > wire ties brittle rather quickly, then you have to replace them any way. > > > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Jan 5, 2009
  • My weather station computer is an old Dell Optiplex running Win ME and probably not more than 512 meg of memory, and a 1 gig hard drive. So it doesn't take much to run Heavy Weather and Ambient Weather software. drjtm wrote: > > Inherited a ws2310 which I have set up with Heavy Weather software > which seems to be working fine with exception that my computer is > running very slow...
    Rich Brunnworth Dec 24, 2008
  • It is tape, all you are doing is adding some weight to slow the reaction time of the vane. It isn't a wad just thin pieces. jalnex wrote: > > A big wad for ballast, or verticle to slow airflow, etc.? > > > -- Rich
    Rich Brunnworth Dec 10, 2008