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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by daman on Today at 07:13:06 AM »
I took a closer look at the Access interior.

The radio receiver is a MICRF211 chip, just like the SmartHUB.
So are we expected to see the same bad reception as the current hub? Depressing.
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by nincehelser on Today at 07:06:28 AM »
I took a closer look at the Access interior.

The radio receiver is a MICRF211 chip, just like the SmartHUB.

The large shielded area is obviously something else.  Maybe it's a memory module?
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by nincehelser on Today at 07:01:20 AM »
Did anyone happen to run nmap to see if there are any other ports open aside from the web interface?

Yes.  Nothing other than the web port was open.  It looks just like the SmartHUB in that respect.
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by tandy1000 on Today at 06:25:00 AM »
Did anyone happen to run nmap to see if there are any other ports open aside from the web interface?
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Hi,

Eminently feasible. A RPi3 will easily handle weeWX, a Vue and rapidfire.

Gary
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Hi All,

I have a Vantage Vue with me since an year. Want to start uploading to WU now. I have ordered a datalogger from Belfryboy and its on the way. I plan to buy a Raspberry Pi 3 and use weewx to upload to WU. I assume its a feasible plan? Would I be able to turn on Rapidfire using Raspberry pi or would the Pi be overwhelmed by the traffic? The joy of the weather station is in seeing instantaneous wind gusts and rainfall rates (which spike up to 200mm/hr occasionally during intense thunderstorms here with gusts of 60kmph). I do not want to miss those to WU by not going for Rapidfire.

Regards,
Praveen
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Blitzortung / Re: Is there any Solar Panel Interference w/Blitzortung?
« Last post by vk2him on Today at 03:47:58 AM »
I have 12 x Enphase micro inverters and they cause no interference to my Blue Blitzortung or my 2m VHF radios. The Enphase micro-inverters talk to the controller via Power Line communications at aprox 117khz which causes no problems for me at all . I did have a lot of VLF noise generated by a solar hot water heater diverter I had in place, this worked much like a switch mode power supply by diverting any excess solar generation into the hot water tank elements. I got very bad interference when it was heating so I've disconnected it and heat the water now using off peak power which costs less than the credit I get by exporting solar.
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Very nice. From your experience is it possible to have a map with lightning’s like Blitzortung have?


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Hello

I’m not currently aware of anything however I see no reason why not in the future it could happen has the latitude and longitude is sent via the api . I guess currently hardware testing is taking priority but there existing hardware for coastal network data is viewable on a map. So who knows it is certainly feasible.

Brian

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Very nice. From your experience is it possible to have a map with lightning’s like Blitzortung have?


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