Author Topic: FineOffset WH2650 aka Ecowitt GW1000 aka Froggit DP1500 dashboard Windows Store  (Read 408 times)

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Offline cheeroip

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I finally bought a PM2.5  sensor from ECOWITT so I thought about refreshing a bit the GW1000 app.
The logic is exactly the same of the GW1000 app. Just experimenting a bit with the interface.
I didn't want update the original app because the changes could be let say "questionable" but I deployed as a completely different app.
Since I highly value my loyal supporter  [tup] the new app can be downloaded for free if somebody already bought the original gw1000.

https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9MXR10N8ZFLB
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I really have no idea what the Lightning sensors, the soil sensors and the leak sensor actually return.
I would love to have some feedback about those because Im sure Im showing some garbage there.


Offline jbroome

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I have at least one of almost every kind of sensor, and a GW1000 and GW1100, so if there's something you'd like to know about their behaviour, let me know.  (I have WH31, WH31P, WH32E, WH32B, WH34, WN35, WH40, WH41, WH45, WH51, WH55, WH65, WH68 devices, and several of all the multi-channel ones except for the WN35 leaf sensor.)

    ---Jonathan
Collector of Ecowitt and related gizmos:
GW1000 x4 (both 915 MHz and 433 MHz)
GW1100 x1
WH31
WH31P
WH32E
WH32B
WH34BS
WH34BL
WN35
WH40
WH41
WH45
WH51
WH55
WH57
WH65B
WH68
(and probably more that I've forgotten)

 

anything