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vreihen,

The board appears to be highly customized to the Access product. Definitely not a "generic".
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Out of curiosity, is there an Acu-Rite or Chaney logo on that board's silk screen?  Just curious if they are making it themselves or buying a general-purpose board from someone else.....


I don't know why I can't get these pics to orient the right way...

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mcrossley -

Thank you very much. I don't know what the difference is but I was able to get it to start RXing at least.

However, I am stuck trying to understand the Davis ISS protocol, and what they mean, plus how I would need to use to transmit a temperature, humidity and rain packets...
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My 5 in 1 is 300' away from my SmartHub. The SmartHub gets only a signal of 2 bars. I never lost any data because of this reading (which MyAcurite defines as "weak").

 
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I just got my notice. I think I'm going to stick with my old weather bridge. All I really wanted to do was keep my data local and maybe export it to Weatherunderground.

There are solutions for getting the data out of the bridge to use locally, but I wrote my own a year or so ago (as several others have). I avoided posting my code just because I didn't want Acurite trying to circumvent it by using SSL or some other method to defeat it, and wanted to wait and see if they upgraded it because of the forthcoming Atlas. However now that they want to dump the bridge, https://github.com/billfor/acurite-bridge

If using it,  make sure to set $FAKEVERSION=224 and $PARANOID=TRUE. That way no matter what acurite sends back to the bridge, it will always behave the way it has, and you will always have local data.

Look around github, there are a few others that have written code that will let you keep using the bridge that you paid money for.

I looked at your github entry and it looks interesting. I am wondering if will run on a Raspberry Pi? A few years ago I set up a Pi to intercept data from the bridge and use Weewx to send it to Weather Underground.
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Weather Photography / Re: Double Ensemble
« Last post by GregJ on Today at 11:57:58 AM »
Awesome lenticulars!  Somehow you always seem to be in the right place at the right time!

Greg
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Unless they changed it, the launch was delayed until Feb. 21st.
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"In the name of progress ..."  :roll:     Maybe the Falcon Heavy can save the world :?: Satellite broadband launch today  \:D/

Thanks for all your effort against immense odds ...  =D>
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Weather Photography / Re: Double Ensemble
« Last post by sacreyweather on Today at 11:36:28 AM »
Awesome shots, Randall!!!!! Thank you for sharing!!!! Like Paul, I have got to see that in person someday.
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Most definitely YES.

My friends old hub never got above a signal of 2, now he has a signal of 4 always.
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