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Another reading that i was surprised at was the wind run on the anny at the height of the strom, it was a astonishing 49,656.2 miles.
Interesting.  That's a little short of twice the circumference of the earth.  So if your weather station had blown away when the storm first started, you would have seen it fly back overhead again once before going around again and splashing down in the gulf.  :grin:  (Well, maybe not, but pretty impressive anyway!)
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Blitzortung / Re: Tuning Blue Systems - alternate channel mapping
« Last post by orion_jb2001 on Today at 12:55:55 AM »
 :lol: for us both !!!!!
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Hi Mike,

not trying to catch you out and appreciate you boffins answer the same question over and over again, but is it the lowest threshold or highest threshold?  My colourful quote, was quoting gains HC and E1 of course would show difference, their gains not thresholds ..... doi


Reply #2 on: October 23, 2017, 06:12:04 PM   "That is automatic, and the Lowest Threshold on either will be the  threshold for both."

Reply #9 on: Yesterday at 04:27:53 PM   "The Threshold setting is common for HC and E, and will be the higher threshold set for either one."

Jeff  :-)
Cripe..  :oops:  You got me...  =D>   the highest threshold will be common to both...  My bad...don't know where my mind had gone in October...  good catch.

Sorry!
Mike
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Blitzortung / Re: Tuning Blue Systems - alternate channel mapping
« Last post by orion_jb2001 on Today at 12:42:59 AM »
Hi Mike,

not trying to catch you out and appreciate you boffins answer the same question over and over again, but is it the lowest threshold or highest threshold?  My colourful quote, was quoting gains HC and E1 of course would show difference, their gains not thresholds ..... doi


Reply #2 on: October 23, 2017, 06:12:04 PM   "That is automatic, and the Lowest Threshold on either will be the  threshold for both."

Reply #9 on: Yesterday at 04:27:53 PM   "The Threshold setting is common for HC and E, and will be the higher threshold set for either one."

Jeff  :-)
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis and Mesh WIFI
« Last post by Bushman on Yesterday at 11:34:18 PM »
And Bellfryboy has designed a wifi link from the console/logger to the router/PC, eliminating the need for direct cableing to get to the Interwebs.
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For Friday - November 17, 2017 !   :grin:

   \:D/
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis and Mesh WIFI
« Last post by Mattk on Yesterday at 10:04:03 PM »
Any experience running your Davis data logger through one of the mesh wifi systems?

Since the datalogger must be wired to your computer from the VP2 console....

No, not so, quite a few WiFi like devices can connect to a data logger totally removing the requirements for a computer (as such)
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '17-'18
« Last post by Bunty on Yesterday at 09:57:22 PM »
Oklahoma City reached 82 degrees on Friday destroying a 121 year old daily record high!  Saturday will be much cooler with no rain expected.
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis and Mesh WIFI
« Last post by VaJim on Yesterday at 09:06:38 PM »
It uses weatherlink IP Davis software.  I had it running so long without having to fool with I had to look at it tonight.  I do know the Envoy plugs into my router.  Been running for years with no problem.

Final product:  http://www.weatherlink.com/user/vabeachweather/index.php?view=main&headers=0

I'm not typical. :grin:
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis and Mesh WIFI
« Last post by WheatonRon on Yesterday at 09:00:44 PM »
I'm using Davis Weather Envoy coming off of my Vue.  Envoy now plugs into router.  Mesh system would replace the router, thus the question.  Sounds like not many if any are using a Mesh wifi system.  Out...

In the typical scenario, the logger is in the console that connects to Weatherlink via a cable on a computer, an Weatherlink uploads the data to WU or CWOP or whatever. How does the Envoy upload to WU, etc.?


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