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Great!  :grin: Thank you..

John
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I lost track of where I found it because it's been a few years since I've needed to edit that part, but I did end up saving the HTML Code...

<object width="600" height="400"><param name="movie" value="http://www.wunderground.com/swf/Rapid_Fire.swf?units=english&station=KMELEEDS7"/><embed src="http://www.wunderground.com/swf/Rapid_Fire.swf?units=english&station=KMELEEDS7" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="600" height="400"/></object>

Just change the couple places where it says KMELEEDS7 to your Weather Underground Station ID and you should be good to go. And if you want metric and English values displayed, just change the two places where it says "english" to either "metric" for just metric, or "both" for both english and metric values.
   - Matt
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Pole Heat and appearance
« Last post by dalecoy on Today at 08:33:24 PM »
The ISS will be about 6 feet high and the anemometer about 10 feet high. 

OK, so it's where you want to measure the weather parameters at your house.  That's good.

..... I'm thinking a small hole, big enough for a grommet at the entry point up top and exit lower, should suffice.  Will snap a few shots and post when it's all set-up.

Please let us know what size hole is required, and pictures will be good.
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Hey,

Question for you;  Where did you find the rapid fire widget you have on your website.  Cant seem to locate mine on the WU weather station.  I know I've seen it before but I cant seem to locate it.

John
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Very cool, and I donít blame you there! We sure can hope!
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Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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I use the software in the camera.  It's pretty sweet.  The camera is like a stand alone server.  You can send FTP from it.  I can grab the URL and use it from the cam, I'll give that a try.  Yawcam is nice, but I don't want to leave my computer running.

Thanks for the advice and support.

Lets hope things get better with WU.
John
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Pole Heat and appearance
« Last post by DrBobDavisV2 on Today at 07:38:23 PM »
Thanks y'all...The ISS will be about 6 feet high and the anemometer about 10 feet high.  The pole will be capped and I'm thinking a small hole, big enough for a grommet at the entry point up top and exit lower, should suffice.  I like the rope idea.  Will snap a few shots and post when it's all set-up.

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I've tried connecting via ethernet to the Orbi router (not the satellite) and still have no upload.  I cannot find the device ID for the Weatherlink IP either when I do an IP scan of my network, so it seems like it does not exist.

Something else you may want to try.....when I first hooked mine up to the Orbi router, the Davis weatherlink did not work.  I took the Envoy apart and ended up changing the batteries and doing the reset procedure.  Once I did all that, we were back on line.
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