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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #100 on: January 15, 2022, 04:23:37 AM »
Just curious if anyone has insight to what temp/hum. sensor will be in the new station?

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tweatherman

The standard sensor will be sht40 ( the upgrade version of sht30). However it will be a sensor with sht35 sensor available for accessory part: it can be plug and play type, and it is easy to make this upgrade or change at user side if they want to have a better sensor.
Do you mean like an external WH32-EP or as a replacement inside the WS90 unit ?
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #101 on: January 15, 2022, 04:30:13 AM »
It's interesting that the solar panel on the weather station I run charges the battery at times when officially, by that WMO definition, there is not a "sunshine" condition.

Rich K.
How do you tell at which amount of solar radiation exposure the super-capacitor starts being charged ?
If it's a really good one (S-C), then it charges at low wattage/area.

What outdoor array do you have ?
Because, in fact, the batteries of the WH65/WS69, WS80, WS68 arrays (the Ambient WS-2000/5000/2902 outdoor arrays) are not charged. What is charged is a super-capacitor which can run the "station" (the outdoor sensor array - station = console + sensors) up to two days when not being reloaded after having been fully charged. It's only then that the batteries come in as a backup. This only occurs at special conditions (long[er] time not sufficient sun exposure, very cold - like during polar night as an extreme case).

Still, it would be interesting to know what minimum amount of wattage/m2 of global radiation is needed for the S-C to start being charged.

The solar level is not the point: when like 50w/m^2 radiation is there, it started charging the super cap but just with much less charging current, like 1mA or even less. So usually during the day, it takes about 2 ~ 3 hours to complete the supper cap recharging. But when the solar panel efficiency is getting less, then it will take a longer time to charge. But as long as the supper cap can be refilled up fully, then it should be fine.

On WS90, the super cap is twice bigger compared to ws80.  During rainy times, the rain circuit consumes like a 1.5mA current on average, so if it rains for months, then the battery power will be surely used.  There is a voltage meter same as ws80 on the dashboard, and it can be programmed to send an alert email for taking precautious actions.

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #102 on: January 15, 2022, 04:33:20 AM »
Just curious if anyone has insight to what temp/hum. sensor will be in the new station?

Thanks,
tweatherman

The standard sensor will be sht40 ( the upgrade version of sht30). However it will be a sensor with sht35 sensor available for accessory part: it can be plug and play type, and it is easy to make this upgrade or change at user side if they want to have a better sensor.
Do you mean like an external WH32-EP or as a replacement inside the WS90 unit ?

EP sensor is too big, and it is not possible to be fit inside the shielding.  So we just hav the sensor changed to sht35 on the same sensor board. if it is needed, however, we can still make the sensor to be the same as the wh32 EP sensor: place it outside the sensor array. which way do you prefer?

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #103 on: January 15, 2022, 05:04:59 AM »
Just curious if anyone has insight to what temp/hum. sensor will be in the new station?

Thanks,
tweatherman

The standard sensor will be sht40 ( the upgrade version of sht30). However it will be a sensor with sht35 sensor available for accessory part: it can be plug and play type, and it is easy to make this upgrade or change at user side if they want to have a better sensor.
Do you mean like an external WH32-EP or as a replacement inside the WS90 unit ?

EP sensor is too big, and it is not possible to be fit inside the shielding.  So we just hav the sensor changed to sht35 on the same sensor board. if it is needed, however, we can still make the sensor to be the same as the wh32 EP sensor: place it outside the sensor array. which way do you prefer?
I think you answered my question - it's a replacement in the unit.

As for the WH32(-EP), I expect it to be useable as it can be done today, in the GW1x00, GW2000, HP2551 consoles I can activate it as a T/H sesnor and the console will prefer its readings over the WS90 inbuilt sensor. For an optimal placement for an outdoor temperature sensor a separate T/H sensor is anyway better.

As for the WH32-EP/WH31-EP in general, Ecowitt should think about offering two versions:
One with the cable length as is (1 m) and one with an extended cable length of two meters (as 1 m is often too short for a good placement of the sensor body).
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #104 on: January 15, 2022, 06:15:59 AM »
Just curious if anyone has insight to what temp/hum. sensor will be in the new station?

Thanks,
tweatherman

Sensirion sht30 but ready for future upgrade

M.
Ciao Mauro. Are you sure?
The newest ws80 has the sht40, there is also a firmware update for this sensor https://osswww.ecowitt.net/uploads/20211223/WS80%20Upgrade(v1.2.0)%20Tool%20Kit.zip

Sorry, my mistake :(
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #105 on: January 15, 2022, 03:30:18 PM »
Just curious if anyone has insight to what temp./ hum. sensor will be in the new station?

Thanks,
tweatherman

The standard sensor will be sht40 ( the upgrade version of sht30). However it will be a sensor with sht35 sensor available for accessory part: it can be plug and play type, and it is easy to make this upgrade or change at user side if they want to have a better sensor.
Do you mean like an external WH32-EP or as a replacement inside the WS90 unit ?

I was referring to stock oem temp.hum sensor inside the WS90 unit. What is the better sensor SHT35 or the SHT40?

Thanks,
tweatherman
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #106 on: January 15, 2022, 03:36:31 PM »
the SHT40 is a newer version of the SHT30
the SHT35 is still more accurate - its correspondant new version would be the SHT45

Also, the SHT3x series is meant for industrial use, the SHT4x series for consumer electronics
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #107 on: January 15, 2022, 03:41:15 PM »
the SHT40 is a newer version of the SHT30
the SHT35 is still more accurate - its correspondant new version would be the SHT45
Thanks Gyvate.

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #108 on: January 15, 2022, 10:06:13 PM »
Delivery scheduled for today 10 am (in about 2 hours). But 10 days out for holidays  #-o
So I'll have to wait before I can see/test it.. :-(
Have any idea who the carrier will be for delivery of this unit? Im thinking perhaps postal service.

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #109 on: January 16, 2022, 03:34:56 AM »
This depends on where you are located. The delivery into your country will be handled by Yun Express Logistics. The last mile carrier will depend on your location/country and with whom Yun Express have a cooperation - in Europe this is mainly DHL.
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #110 on: January 16, 2022, 03:39:26 AM »
This depends on where you are located. The delivery into your country will be handled by Yun Express Logistics. The last mile carrier will depend on your location/country and with whom Yun Express have a cooperation - in Europe this is mainly DHL.

Yes, my WS90 was delivered yesterday with DHL (Netherlands)

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #111 on: January 16, 2022, 03:41:30 AM »
This depends on where you are located. The delivery into your country will be handled by Yun Express Logistics. The last mile carrier will depend on your location/country and with whom Yun Express have a cooperation - in Europe this is mainly DHL.

Yes, my WS90 was delivered yesterday with DHL (Netherlands)
To be precise, it was most likely not only a WS90 but a GW2001, a WS90 plus the GW2000 gateway.  8-)
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #112 on: January 16, 2022, 03:44:33 AM »
To be precise, it was most likely not only a WS90 but a GW2001, a WS90 plus the GW2000 gateway.  8-)
Haha I don't know! I'm a week on holidays, and it was delivered yesterday, the first day that I'm not at home since months  #-o

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #113 on: January 17, 2022, 09:38:12 AM »
My set arrived today. Unpacked - found that the charger plug for the GW2000 was UK type and not useable. I used a charger plug from one of my smart phone instead.
The GW2000 comes with an Ethernet port which made it (for me) easy to set it up.
It seems to be, however, that the Ehternet port is not used for posting data.
Data at ecowitt.net would only arrive after the WiFi/WLAN interface was activated. Before it showed offline - even though one minute posting was set.
It might still be a coincidence. If not, posting via the Ethernet port should be enabled !!
The web interface is the same as for the GW1100, only the firmware revision of the GW2000 is 2.1.0.
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #114 on: January 17, 2022, 09:52:52 AM »
My set arrived today. Unpacked - found that the charger plug for the GW2000 was UK type and not useable. I used a charger plug from one of my smart phone instead.
The GW2000 comes with an Ethernet port which made it (for me) easy to set it up.
It seems to be, however, that the Ehternet port is not used for posting data.
Data at ecowitt.net would only arrive after the WiFi/WLAN interface was activated. Before it showed offline - even though one minute posting was set.
It might still be a coincidence. If not, posting via the Ethernet port should be enabled !!
The web interface is the same as for the GW1100, only the firmware revision of the GW2000 is 2.1.0.
can you post the link to see the data online of the ws90 ? do you have a reference rain gauge for comparing the data?  [tup]

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #115 on: January 17, 2022, 09:57:04 AM »
https://www.ecowitt.net/home/index?id=73231
But the/my WS90 and the/my WH40 cannot b e shown on the same dashboard - they are mutually exclusive.

Another observation:
the (GW1000) API of the GW2000 cannot be queried via the Ethernet IP address - only the WLAN interface works for that purpose. My weewx crashed with the eth0 address not receiving a response, while with the wlan0 address it works properly.
EDIT: that was some messed up communication between the GW2000 and my router - meanwhile settled - the Ethernet interface works properly (weewx can read data via it).
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #116 on: January 17, 2022, 10:05:17 AM »
https://www.ecowitt.net/home/index?id=73231
But the/my WS90 and the/my WH40 cannot b e shown on the same dashboard - they are mutually exclusive.

Another observation:
the (GW1000) API of the GW2000 cannot be queried via the Ethernet IP address - only the WLAN interface works for that purpose. My weewx crashed with the eth0 address not receiving a response, while with the wlan0 address it works properly.
thanks so much! so the ethernet port is disable for now.
to read the wh40 i think you need a separate gw1000-1100. You can turn off the reception of the other sensors in the wsview ID screen

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #117 on: January 17, 2022, 10:33:33 AM »
This depends on where you are located. The delivery into your country will be handled by Yun Express Logistics. The last mile carrier will depend on your location/country and with whom Yun Express have a cooperation - in Europe this is mainly DHL.
Crazy how my unit went from the US then to CA then back into the US for my destination in northern Michigan. Timeline is from bottom to top of list.

Arrived at Facility----Louisville
17 2022/01/16 22:02:12
Departed from Facility----Ontario
16 2022/01/15 09:47:10
Arrived at Facility----Ontario
15 2022/01/15 01:54:08
Departed from Facility----Los Angeles
14 2022/01/15 00:51:06
Origin Scan----Los Angeles
13 2022/01/14 15:22:04

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #118 on: January 17, 2022, 10:40:19 AM »
I have mine sitting on the kitchen table now.
Will try and get deployed to my mast next to the WS80 tomorrow if work permits.
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #119 on: January 17, 2022, 10:53:50 AM »
I have mine sitting on the kitchen table now.
Will try and get deployed to my mast next to the WS80 tomorrow if work permits.
take some photos  :grin: :grin:

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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #120 on: January 17, 2022, 01:14:38 PM »
here a few pictures of the GW2000 gateway ...
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the text under the LEDs is blurry but even the normal print is not very clear
Blue: sensor link    red: server

diameter is 11 cm (4 inches)
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #121 on: January 17, 2022, 01:16:36 PM »
https://www.ecowitt.net/home/index?id=73231
But the/my WS90 and the/my WH40 cannot b e shown on the same dashboard - they are mutually exclusive.

Another observation:
the (GW1000) API of the GW2000 cannot be queried via the Ethernet IP address - only the WLAN interface works for that purpose. My weewx crashed with the eth0 address not receiving a response, while with the wlan0 address it works properly.
thanks so much! so the ethernet port is disable for now.
to read the wh40 i think you need a separate gw1000-1100. You can turn off the reception of the other sensors in the wsview ID screen
@giusCB: quite some of my console fleet already report different combinations of my sensors - including the WH40.
So its values are taken care of.
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #122 on: January 17, 2022, 01:20:46 PM »
Got my notification to send my info (address etc) , which I did , to Ecowitt for the Kickstarter flash sale. I did at the same time while supporting the flash sale , add addons, will be interesting if they show up.

I have to say they did provide very good instructions for those that are getting it from kickstarter. I was impressed.
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #123 on: January 17, 2022, 03:02:54 PM »
This depends on where you are located. The delivery into your country will be handled by Yun Express Logistics. The last mile carrier will depend on your location/country and with whom Yun Express have a cooperation - in Europe this is mainly DHL.
Crazy how my unit went from the US then to CA then back into the US for my destination in northern Michigan. Timeline is from bottom to top of list.

Arrived at Facility----Louisville
17 2022/01/16 22:02:12
Departed from Facility----Ontario
16 2022/01/15 09:47:10
Arrived at Facility----Ontario
15 2022/01/15 01:54:08
Departed from Facility----Los Angeles
14 2022/01/15 00:51:06
Origin Scan----Los Angeles
13 2022/01/14 15:22:04

tweatherman

That's Ontario, California
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Re: WittBoy = GW2001 (station) = WS90 + GW2000 on Kickstarter
« Reply #124 on: January 17, 2022, 03:24:37 PM »
Got my notification to send my info (address etc) , which I did , to Ecowitt for the Kickstarter flash sale. I did at the same time while supporting the flash sale , add addons, will be interesting if they show up.

I have to say they did provide very good instructions for those that are getting it from kickstarter. I was impressed.

I just sent in my information as well. I'm also expecting the power supply add on.
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