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LaCrosse Technologies/Hyundai / Re: LaCrosse 330-2315
« Last post by hotsauce2007 on Today at 10:11:34 AM »

working very good and with no issues... \:D/ \:D/ \:D/
Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: TP-Link freeze up
« Last post by arrowspace90 on Today at 10:04:30 AM »

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Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: TP-Link freeze up
« Last post by arrowspace90 on Today at 09:59:50 AM »
The TP Link small router has frozen 2 more times.  I am able to reset it, but if this continues, it's just unacceptable.
Is using it wirelessly too big of a burden for it?
What could cause these little boxes to just stop working?
To plug it directly to main home router would mean moving my Davis console to another room where there is little space for additional stuff.
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Summer/Winter 2017
« Last post by Jchym on Today at 09:47:44 AM »
Thats what is supposed to arrive here tomorrow, right now close to 37C  :shock: I hate this, I seriously do and given it is also the longest day of the year and I like winter and night, this is probably the absolute worst possible combination for me :D
Weather Web Site Help / Help to pin-point DNS problem with GoDaddy
« Last post by wvdkuil on Today at 09:40:23 AM »
A template user tries to end the discussion with GoDaddy.
The retrieval  of the "3 day space forecast" fails more often then  it succeeds caused by a DNS error.
I also use GoDaddy, same script, same DNS error.
Other  txt files from show intermittent failures.
I upped the cache time to 12 hours so that after a successful load of the txt file, the page loads normally.

QUESTION for help from other GoDaddy users.
The GoDaddy support person asked for a working GoDaddy server where the script does not fail if tested a few times in succession. 
Then he can compare the DNS settings between the at least two servers who fail and other servers who never fail.

Fails always: [namelookup_time] => 0  Resolving timed out after 5000 milliseconds
Fails often:  [namelookup_time] => 0 name lookup timed out

Other provider, no fails ever:   =>  [namelookup_time] => 0.519348  => DNS resolved , output loaded

The example script retrieves the data using CURL at the webserver and by using an iframe directly in the browser.
The iframe part should never fail as it uses your LAN/router to resolve the DNS.

I attach a zip of the test script, feel free to check the code, can be done with the example links by adding ?sce=view to the URL
There is also a screenshot how the output of the script looks when it fails.
If the script works OK the output in the iframe and at the bottom should be identical.


P.S.   Or there is maybe another problem which we (user, support and myself) are unaware of.?
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Summer/Winter 2017
« Last post by gillesroszak on Today at 09:15:15 AM »
Here we had a big storm and the temperature lost 9 C in 40 minutes. We had 32.9 and now 23 C and 88% humidity
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Summer/Winter 2017
« Last post by Jchym on Today at 08:59:20 AM »
Warmest day of the year so far and most likely a record high for Jun 22, currently close to 35C (95), it is still just 3PM so it might get even a bit higher by around 5PM, at some places in CZ it is close to 37C (99F).
A heater for a microphone and speaker? Is there a joke I'm missing?

I over-simplified the technical description since I suspected that original poster was not a native English speaker, and I tried to avoid technical buzz words on the off chance that he/she was using a web-based translation service.

The question was regarding an ultrasonic anemometer...which as its name implies measures wind speed/direction using high frequency sound waves traveling between a pair of emitters and receivers (usually clocked 90 degrees apart on cheaper units to make the geometry calculations easier).

As for the heater, what is the speed of sound through accumulated snow or ice?  Trying to temperature-compensate the in-flight time for sound waves at varying temperatures is hard enough without trying to compensate for passing through solids or semi-liquids.  How useful is an instrument that tells you that the wind is out of the northeast at 200 MPH because it is iced up?

The joke here is what Gill and RM Young charge for their heated ultrasonic anemometers:

Hope this helps to clarify things.....
Oh, by ultra-sonic, I thought they wanted to make a sensor that was extremely accurate and all, I forgot all about the sensors that measure by using sound. :P My misunderstanding, sorry.

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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Summer/Winter 2017
« Last post by EastFrisianGuy on Today at 08:44:29 AM »
25.0C (77F) with 68% humidity here and partly sunny.

We had an impressing thunderstorm complex with shelfcloud around midmorning (11 am) which brought some negligible rain (1.2 mm), but in other parts of Northern Germany it was far more worse, even a tornado has been reported by weather observers in the area around Hamburg according to the local media, though fortunality it looks like there wasn't any damage, since it had ground contact only for a short time. 
Custom Website Templates / Meteotemplate - New Block Marine U.K.
« Last post by Jchym on Today at 08:39:32 AM »
New Block Marine U.K.

Hi guys,

this block shows data from available ships/buoys around the U.K., and loads the available parameters (this varies and includes air and sea temprature, wave height, wave period, wind speed etc.) over the last 24h.


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