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Hello from Brazil
I just bought in my last trip to US a brand new WS-1002. Today I,m trying to intall and put it online but wifi setup menu show me “ can not find wifi network” and no sign wifi sign at main screen....
Internal and external sensor works fine
I already upgraded to latest available firmware ......
Tried different kind of routers.....

Please need help! We dont have any kind pf support here in brazil

Thanks
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....Before WiFiLogger I had to run Weatherlink on my computer for data to show on Weatherlink.com  (free, non-subscription version)....

But that would not have been a WLIP logger, would it?
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I'd like to see/read the instructions on how one inputs/loads the (a) network name (SSID) and network security key (password) into the device...so the WiFi modem will talk to it; and, then,  (b) the Davis WL password so its transmissions will be recognized (and not blocked) at the Davis website.
Not sure if I can answer, or really understand Weatherlink.com.
Before WiFiLogger I had to run Weatherlink on my computer for data to show on Weatherlink.com  (free, non-subscription version)for
Now with WiFiLogger I have the device ID  and key in the settings and  my station and data is on the map.

Enjoy,
Paul
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Rainwise Weather Stations / Re: Rainwise WU-PWS?
« Last post by SCCThree on Yesterday at 09:51:22 PM »
Heard back from support.  The WU version is locked out from extra sensors.  Makes sense to get the price down.  I would love to add a UV sensor but not a deal breaker.  Case closed.
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I have idea to make program for server. PHP script which will receive data from WiFiLogger and put it to MySQL database.

My suggestion is to use the already-defined Meteotemplate URL posting API in your custom PHP code above.  It should easily fit into an ESP8266, and re-using that API also lets your neat device feed the popular Meteotemplate web software using the exact same simple code.....
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I'd like to see/read the instructions on how one inputs/loads the (a) network name (SSID) and network security key (password) into the device...so the WiFi modem will talk to it; and, then,  (b) the Davis WL password so its transmissions will be recognized (and not blocked) at the Davis website.
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The news changes to the template look really good:
https://kirkmanweather.com/?theme=dark

I'm just waiting on my WeatherFlow sky to arrive and then I'll be able to add lightning data.
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This is amazing news, and will actually be a tipping point for a Davis purchase for me.

This will solve the console location problem, WiFi will make it doable at my site.

Also the Lite version sounds like it might be what I'm looking for, if it will interface with software, particularly http://www.weewx.com/

I would be ready to purchase as soon as available

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Just wondering if anyone here has tested this with Weather Display?

Stuart
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis station or ISS replacement?
« Last post by dalecoy on Yesterday at 05:00:46 PM »
Actually I had looked at that thread when I first discovered the problem.  Unfortunately I can not do that on my own.

Paul

Could you do an ohmmeter test, connecting the anemometer with a simple jack purchased at a hardware store?

http://www.lexingtonwx.com/anemometer/resistance.pdf

...and scroll down in that document to Part 2, and following info.
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