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The required change is to go with an I2C bus and get rid of LSS. Then they can use any current and future sensor. This is inevitable and Davis will need to do this at some point.

Inevitable like a color screen on its console, and wifi built-in?

Sorry, but I couldn’t resist poking fun at Davis, again, and its horribly dated technology.
Ahhh yes, but yet you proudly display owning three of them... :-P

Unfortunately, there isn’t a better system on the market at the Davis price point.
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The required change is to go with an I2C bus and get rid of LSS. Then they can use any current and future sensor. This is inevitable and Davis will need to do this at some point.

Inevitable like a color screen on its console, and wifi built-in?

Sorry, but I couldn’t resist poking fun at Davis, again, and its horribly dated technology.
Ahhh yes, but yet you proudly display owning three of them... :-P
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The required change is to go with an I2C bus and get rid of LSS. Then they can use any current and future sensor. This is inevitable and Davis will need to do this at some point.

Inevitable like a color screen on its console, and wifi built-in?

Sorry, but I couldn’t resist poking fun at Davis, again, and its horribly dated technology.

The "Don't FIX what ain't BROKEN" adage taken to extreme?
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: flyout-menu.xml special characters
« Last post by txweather.org on Today at 04:15:19 PM »
As allways Thanks Ken!!! :D
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: flyout-menu.xml special characters
« Last post by saratogaWX on Today at 04:07:12 PM »
Ahh.. because of XML parsing rules, you have to 'double encode' Ampersands

So for <item caption="Home ©" link="index.php" title="Home Page"/> make it

<item caption="Home &amp;amp#169;" link="index.php" title="Home Page"/>

Replace all  '&' with '&amp;amp' in the XML and it will work.
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I had the same problem with .NET HTTPClient and so had to use another HTTP library etc
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Reading data locally from WLL
« Last post by kobuki on Today at 03:51:57 PM »
Please dump a request/response pair using curl, or even better, a wireshark capture. It's impossible to say what kind of violation the .net library thinks happened on the status line.
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The required change is to go with an I2C bus and get rid of LSS. Then they can use any current and future sensor. This is inevitable and Davis will need to do this at some point.

Inevitable like a color screen on its console, and wifi built-in?

Sorry, but I couldn’t resist poking fun at Davis, again, and its horribly dated technology.
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Reading data locally from WLL
« Last post by mcrossley on Today at 03:36:32 PM »
I'm having a few issues with this access. I whipped up a small .Net 4.7 app to test out the data acquisition.

I can receive the broadcast data fine, but I'm having problems with the Realtime and Current data HTTP fetches.

The .Net httpClient aborts with an exception...
Message :System.Net.Http.HttpRequestException: An error occurred while sending the request. ---> System.Net.WebException: The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine

Now if it put a "normal" web site in the URL instead of the WLL the code works fine, even fetching JSON data from a web server.

Any ideas?
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