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Netatmo Wind Gauge
A ultrasonic wind gauge for ~99 Euros or less (Amazon sells them for 79 USD) seems very appealing.

Unfortunately Netatmo adopted a closed cloud based architecture that does not make it very easy to hack. And transmissions are in the 868Mhz band.

Some progress was made as to decode the transmissions from the base station, but I have not found anything on decoding a single sensor...

Anyone knowledgeable enough to try?


4 ultrasonic transducers
Wind speed: Range: 0 to 45 m/s (160 km/h, 100 mph)
Accuracy: 0.5 m/s (1.8 km/h, 1 mph)
Wind direction: Accuracy: 5°
[Image: windgauge_station.jpg]

Messages In This Thread
Netatmo Wind Gauge - by hvalentim - 23-05-2016, 10:23
RE: Netatmo Wind Gauge - by AllyCat - 23-05-2016, 12:32
RE: Netatmo Wind Gauge - by hvalentim - 23-05-2016, 17:32
RE: Netatmo Wind Gauge - by AllyCat - 24-05-2016, 16:43

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