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List of the currently supported weather instruments
For an always updated list of all the weather instruments supported by the WeatherDuino weather stations, please visit the WeatherDuino Wiki, or click on the link bellow:
(25-09-2015, 18:14)Werk_AG Wrote: Wind Speed sensors

--- Davis Anemometers ---
Davis 6410 anemometer

--- Davis Wind Vane ---
Davis 6410 and 7911 wind vane

Is it safe to assume that a 7911 set (both anemometer + wind vane) will work with TX>v3?

The difference between the 7911 and the 6410 anemometers apparently being the placement of the reed switch and the absence of the couple of 47 Ohm resistors in the first?

7911 Anenometer (from here):
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6410 Anemometer (from here):
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Also you may wish to add the Sensirion SHT7X series to the "Outside Temperature / Humidity Sensors" part. It works fine with the same library and cabling of the SHT1X (I have a ~3.5m cable, including a crude soldering amendment, working for a while now).
It should be OK. See
Thank you both.
According to some quick research the wind factor of 6410 and 7911 are the same, so both can use the same software settings and use the same user configurable option in Config_TX.h file.
The list was been updated.

OK. Thanks for clarifying.
I am in for business then.
(25-09-2015, 18:14)Werk_AG Wrote: Leaf Wetness Sensors

- Decagon LWS


Decagon is now METER Group, Inc.:
Quote:METER Group, Inc., a Decagon and UMS combined company, delivers real-time, high-resolution data that fuels production and processes for the food quality, environmental research, urban and agriculture sectors. Through the power of its employees, METER combines science, engineering and design expertise to turn physical measurements into useful information.


And Decagon LWS is now PHYTOS 31
Best Regards

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My outdoor AQM-I: here
Thank you Zdenek,

I will update the list of supported weather instruments soon.


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