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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: AWEKAS uploading has stopped
« Last post by xmas111 on Today at 10:40:57 AM »
Paul,


   Thanks for the information.

   It's very odd, I started the debug/logging and it shows the functions it's performing then just as it starts to show the uploads the screen go black and stays black.
   Is that normal?

   John
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1.Modbus version of piezoelectric full-speed signal collection improvement;
2.Recognize the polarity of the ultrasonic probe;
3.Power-on adjustment of 4 drive square waves, solving the issue of the first RF data wind speed not resetting to zero.
[tup]
but I assume that the MODBUS thing only applies to the WS90 (the wind portions of the firmware are likely to be the same for WS80 and WS90)
A WS80 has no MODBUS model.
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1.Modbus version of piezoelectric full-speed signal collection improvement;
2.Recognize the polarity of the ultrasonic probe;
3.Power-on adjustment of 4 drive square waves, solving the issue of the first RF data wind speed not resetting to zero.
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I think 3-in-1 stands for
rain
wind
solar
The console picture with 1320 W/m2 solar suggests that - is in verification with Ecowitt

it might just be (apart from the upgraded inner life) a WS90 without T/RH sensors and side mounting facility.

all available information has already been put into the WiKi - including an OTA upgrade info.
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: AWEKAS uploading has stopped
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 09:18:10 AM »
Hi,
Is there any information in the /debug logging?


Enjoy,
Paul
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: AWEKAS uploading has stopped
« Last post by xmas111 on Today at 08:44:48 AM »
Jan,

    Yes I've checked my station settings.  In the picture below you can see I've checked the ones I want to use.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

     John

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we have picture of the new WS85 together with a WS3800 console and a WH32 outdoor sensor
(which is needed as the outdoor T/RH sensor had to be remove due to the side mounting).
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It's likely to have a solar panel - the top and middle portion of the WS90 housing was used.

Regarding solar and rain details are still to be found out.

it has already been put into the wiki and the details will be updatd as soon as they pop in.
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Hi!

With the firmware update v1.2.9 for the WS3800, a new WS85 sensor was mentioned for the first time. When asked, Ecowitt stated that it is a new 3-1 sensor.

The WS85 is apparently an extended WS80 (or a reduced WS90) - at least this is what the firmware for the WS3800 suggests.
As with the WS90, there is a version number: ws85_ver. This means that the firmware can probably be updated.
The key for the battery status is called wh85batt - although it is still unclear how this sensor reports back the status (volt value, 0/1 or level) and what type and number of batteries are required.
A few strings in the firmware (such as ws85.WaveRain) suggest an unusual way of measuring rain. However, this may have no significance.
There are hints for measuring the outside temperature (ws85.Temp) - but not for measuring the humidity.
Strange.
Especially as the sensor is described by Ecowitt as a 3-1 sensor:

1 Wind speed
2 Wind direction
3 Precipitation

For comparison: The WS90 is described as a 7-in-1 sensor. The 7 measured variables are:

1 Wind speed
2 Wind direction
3 Precipitation
4 Outdoor temperature
5 Air humidity
6 Solar radiation
7 UV

The WS85 therefore (apparently) lacks temperature, humidity and solar radiation/UV.
It would be possible to combine the WS85 with a WH32(-EP).
But then a light sensor would still be missing, which unfortunately is not yet available as a separate sensor.
Should this be seen as an indication that a separate light sensor will soon be available?

Regards, Oliver
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Hi!

There's a new firmware version V1.2.9 available for the WS3800.
Use the current WSView Plus app or the web interface (WebUI) of the WS3800 ("Device Setting") to update.

Changelog for V1.2.9:
  • Added support for WS85 wind and rain sensor
  • Added support for automatic backlighting of web page control
  • Only battery power no longer turns on wifi function to reduce power consumption

Wow!
A new sensor WS85?!
add:
Quote
The WS85 is our latest 3-in-1 weather station to be announced. It features wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, and includes a solar panel.

Oliver
the rain portion is still under enquiry - a WH32(-EP) is needed like with the WS68
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if Ecowitt are consistent with their model naming, it would be a WS3802 or WS3803 station.
The WS85 is supposed to be OTA firmware upgrade enabled.

the info has been added to the wiki and the parallel WS85 thread https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=46863
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: AWEKAS uploading has stopped
« Last post by Jiveborn on Today at 06:35:32 AM »
Hi! Have You tried to check the AWEKAS account? Under the "Weather station" settings, you can see which data Aweka receives from your station. It is in any case a possible solution.
Best regards Jan
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