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Offline KOJIbT

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Broken weather station
« on: January 25, 2024, 02:22:32 AM »
Hi everyone. I have a froggitt wh3000se weather transmitter and station. Had it for 4 years. Its linked to my ecowett account.
Sadly parts of the transmitter is starting to fail the temperature gauge is breaking down intermittently.
Firstly does anyone know I'd I can replace the temperature sensor.
Secondly if I just brought a new transmitter (actual weather station) would that link to existing reciever if it was on the same frequency?

Offline masterone2988

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Re: Broken weather station
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2024, 12:00:23 AM »

Secondly if I just brought a new transmitter (actual weather station) would that link to existing reciever if it was on the same frequency?

I think, as long as the new one you buy, transmits on the same frequency, you should be ok.

In my case, I had a digitech outdoor unit that failed, and I purchased a Holman unit. The new Holman outdoor and indoor models used the same band, and now I have the old digetech and the new Holman indoor screens both receiving the data from the one transmitter.

Just look up wwhat your unit uses now, and purchase a new one matching your old frequency.

 

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