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Atlas Tear-Down Photos

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nincehelser:
The tipping bucket mechanism.  Note the two calibration screws in the bottom half, and the covered reed switch in the top half.

The tipping buckets are easily accessed by lifting up the rain bucket for easy cleaning (which I've obviously never done).

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The tipping bucket reed switch.  The tipping buckets and the reed switch cover have been removed.

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nincehelser:
The lightning module disassembled.

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nincehelser:
Back to the temp/humidity module.

The basket covering the actual sensor removes with two screws.  You can now see the SHT31 circuit board clipped in between two plastic prongs.

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The SHT31 circuit board after being removed from the plastic prongs.

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SnowHiker:

--- Quote from: nincehelser on October 08, 2018, 07:30:33 PM ---Note "LIGHTNING MOD" is misspelled.  RECALL!!!!!  ;)

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Maybe if it is detecting every light ting, as opposed to only heavy lightning strikes, it explains why some are reporting such high readings.

Wrog:
Interesting photos, thanks for posting.   =D&gt;

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