Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
by the way - that's all described in our MUST READ thread section firmware - so it pays off reading it thoroughly - and also to revisit from time to time to check updates  8-)
reading that and following the advice given there would also have done the job.
https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=40730.0
While there is a lot of information on how to's in that thread, I first had to pinpoint the conflict that was causing the problem. That however, is NOT listed in the information in your linked thread and hence I had to look elsewhere for further information. The link you have given is a great source of information, but doesn't really help with troubleshooting the initial stage. Hope that makes sense to you!?
If you had updated your firmware right away, the issue wouldn't have come up  ;)
Maybe we have to add somewhere that (what common sense tells - as you do the same when your computer doesn't cooperate - you reboot) if a console doesn't cooperate, try a reboot or a factory reset.
EDIT: applies to a different post
For anyone who may have the same issue, I've had to download the 'WSview plus' app onto my phone and use this to easily update the firmware. Make sure the WiFi icon on the display unit is on, so that your phone can 'see' the unit. Everything else is very straight forward.
I doubt you have read the firmware section properly - it's all written there
"It may appear that you cannot access the WebUI of a GW1100/GW2000 after a firmware update while via the WS View app it is possible to connect. You will have to login again from the start using the IP address ONLY,
e.g. http://192.168.0.30 and NOT refresh or try directly any other URL like http://192.168.0.30/livedata.html


When new WiFi firmware is available for the remaining consoles, an update pop-up will appear when you select the console entry from the device list.(EasyWeather-WiFixxxx or AMBWeather-WiFixxxx)
You must acknowledge the message by pressing OK. In the next step you can accept or cancel the update.
On the device list itself a note will be displayed for each affected device in green bold letters saying "New Firmware". When you canceled the update proposal before, an extra button will appear with the text "Update Firmware to a.b.c"
Both notes will disappear after the update was successfully performed.

(HP2551/HP2556 consoles produced in 2022 have a new WiFi modem and hence a new WiFi firmware called EasyWeatherPro whose versioning starts counting from 5.0.0. It's update is NOT performed with the WS View [Plus] app but inside the console entering the "Factory" /"about" page [ press 4 x gear-wheel])
We recommend checking regularly in the WSView Plus app if a WiFi firmware update is available for your device (select console in the device list)

How to perform a reboot or factory reset may not be written there - the how to should be in the manual though. EDIT: applies to a different post

Anyhow - your issue is solved and that counts in the end  [tup]
2
by the way - that's all described in our MUST READ thread section firmware - so it pays off reading it thoroughly - and also to revisit from time to time to check updates  8-)
reading that and following the advice given there would also have done the job.
https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=40730.0
While there is a lot of information on how to's in that thread, I first had to pinpoint the conflict that was causing the problem. That however, is NOT listed in the information in your linked thread and hence I had to look elsewhere for further information. The link you have given is a great source of information, but doesn't really help with troubleshooting the initial stage. Hope that makes sense to you!?
3
Thanks, giusCB. The moment I factory reset the device and it came back online (with a different IP address, if that matters), it immediately prompted me for an update.

I guess this rules out my router. I will report  back to Ecowitt.
It's likely to come back with a different IP address after a factory reset if you haven't created an IP address/MAC address binding in your router.
An earlier owned IP address, even made static, will be deleted inside the GW2000 during factory reset. The DHCP server will look for the first free one starting counting from 1.
I recommend to make the IP address it has now static in the WebUI or in WS View Plus.
4
when the tipping spoon isn't cleaned from debris, algae, unsollicited guests etc., it can tilt earlier and thereby cause too high readings.
5
by the way - that's all described in our MUST READ thread section firmware - so it pays off reading it thoroughly - and also to revisit from time to time to check updates  8-)
reading that and following the advice given there would also have done the job.
https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=40730.0
6
Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: MeteoBridgePRO2 new
« Last post by Churchtownweather on Today at 01:33:13 AM »
Many thanks for your reply
7
Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Fitting transmitter to tripod leg
« Last post by Whizzwoz on Yesterday at 08:48:47 PM »
Thanks for the photo!I think I will plant a pole into the ground when I can get out there we have had so much rain my back garden is a swamp!I shall send so photos when I am finished.
Cheers Warren.
8
CWOP Forum / Re: CWOP still being maintained?
« Last post by WheatonRon on Yesterday at 08:42:18 PM »
So to change location tell noaa.And forget gladstone,findu ?

I believe so. Send an email to cwop-support@noaa.gov with updated information.

9
CWOP Forum / Re: CWOP still being maintained?
« Last post by Whizzwoz on Yesterday at 08:23:02 PM »
So to change location tell noaa.And forget gladstone,findu ? Does anybody have the email for them please.
Cheers Warren.
10
Your station looks a bit worn.  When was the last time you cleaned the bucket?
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10