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USB Wireless Weather Forecaster @ Maplins - £69.99 save £50

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Wireless USB weather forecaster. I bought one of these last year when it was this price. Interesting bit of kit, and you can even setup a weather station webpage if you use Cumulus software …
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Wireless USB weather forecaster.

I bought one of these last year when it was this price.

Interesting bit of kit, and you can even setup a weather station webpage if you use Cumulus software rather than the one that comes with it.
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Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpage

Bit nerdy I know, but us British have got to have a past-time :)

Touch LCD screen Weather Forecaster and alarm
Indoor / outdoor temperature (C or F)
Wind speed and direction (mph or kph)
Self emptying rain gauge (mm or inches)
Indoor / outdoor humidity
Barometer pressure with trends
''Easyweather'' software included to link to PC via USB
Historic data storage and display (stores data on PC only)
LCD panel wall mounts or desk mounts
Wireless range up to 60 metres (clear line of sight)
Batteries last over 12 months
Operates on 5 x AA batteries (sold separately)
Take the guess work out of the very unpredictable British weather. The USB Wireless Weather Forecaster is feature-packed with an affordable price and will give live weather updates there and then. Be in no doubt the USB Wireless Weather Forecaster is the elite for its category.

Direct Link to Weather Station on Maplins site



Edited By: ironeagleuk on Aug 23, 2010 02:49: added extra info
#2
Accuweather is free!
#3
robot1000
Accuweather is free!

lol X)
#4
ironeagleuk
Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpage

Bit nerdy I know, but us British have got to have a past-time :)


you can do this with an under £ 100 kit?! I am impressed... very impressed
#5
I think the only thing missing is an automatic plot of the recorded data so far
1 Like #6
Voted hot with a 40% percent chance of light precipitation early evening.
banned#7
ironeagleuk
Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpage

Bit nerdy I know, but us British have got to have a past-time :)

the deal link takes you to a page of batteries and you're not allowed to spam your own website on here as far as i know
#8
DaveLister
ironeagleuk
Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpageBit nerdy I know, but us British have got to have a past-time :)
the deal link takes you to a page of batteries and you're not allowed to spam your own website on here as far as i know

Erm, this link will work hopefully Wireless USB Touch Screen Weather Station

I wasn't trying to spam my webpage, just showing what the kit with the right software can do
#9
that's fascinating. What's the webcam looking at?
#10
chalkysoil
that's fascinating. What's the webcam looking at?

nothing at the moment....it's disconnected until I can get it sorted again
#11
Or for free.. watch the News?
#12
My weather station tends to be more accurate than the 'proper' forecast using supercomputers et al.
Good to see the posters weather web site. Spam my ****. Just a non-commercial offering for us fellow weather anoraks.
How does it measure cloud base?
#13
Interested in The Cumulus software, how do you select which station to use other than weatherview using data file?
#14
ironeagleuk
Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpage

It's asking for a name & password.
#15
The guy that reads our local weather station said we had over 2 inches of rain overnight i find it really interesting .
I noticed in store at maplins last week that they had money off vouchers at the till which could be useful
I have had some sent in the post but not sure if the codes can be used by anyone
#16
Heat for the Cumulus software alone, i have this station at my school, was easy to set up. Was using another piece of software on 30 day free trial but will take a close look at Cumulus software Thanks

Oh and good price for the kit!
#17
sanjay
Interested in The Cumulus software, how do you select which station to use other than weatherview using data file?

There's a list you can select from in options

•Supports Davis Vantage Pro and Pro2, and Vue; Oregon Scientific WM918, WMR-918, WMR-928, WMR-968 weather stations; EasyWeather stations (MyDEL, Nevada, Watson, Fine Offset, WH1080, WH1081, W8681 etc); La Crosse WS-2300 and other models in the WS23xx range.


I think this Maplin one is made by a company called Fine Offset

Edited By: ironeagleuk on Aug 23, 2010 16:47: added link
#18
emiddleman
Heat for the Cumulus software alone, i have this station at my school, was easy to set up. Was using another piece of software on 30 day free trial but will take a close look at Cumulus software ThanksOh and good price for the kit!

There's plenty of users around the world using the Cumulus software....there's a map so you can find your local station to compare to yours: Cumulus Weather Station Map
#19
jamgin
How does it measure cloud base?

This is from the Help file:

The calculation is a simple one; 1000 feet for every 4.5 degrees Fahrenheit difference between the temperature and the dew point.
#20
ironeagleuk
Here's a link to my webpage so you can see what sort of data it collect: Weather station webpage

Bit nerdy I know, but us British have got to have a past-time :)

Touch LCD screen Weather Forecaster and alarm
Indoor / outdoor temperature (C or F)
Wind speed and direction (mph or kph)
Self emptying rain gauge (mm or inches)
Indoor / outdoor humidity
Barometer pressure with trends
''Easyweather'' software included to link to PC via USB
Historic data storage and display (stores data on PC only)
LCD panel wall mounts or desk mounts
Wireless range up to 60 metres (clear line of sight)
Batteries last over 12 months
Operates on 5 x AA batteries (sold separately)
Take the guess work out of the very unpredictable British weather. The USB Wireless Weather Forecaster is feature-packed with an affordable price and will give live weather updates there and then. Be in no doubt the USB Wireless Weather Forecaster is the elite for its category.

Direct Link to Weather Station on Maplins site




Iron

How good is this set up and how easy is it to link it with the cumulus

also how far from the computer setup and how high?

considering getting one and setting it up with the cumulus

cheers G
#21
Thanks ironeagleuk, I had the same model from Clas Olson but I couldn't get Cumulus to work so stuck with Easy Weather. It went wrong yesterday so took it back for refund today so may get the Maplin one. One problem I had was setting time zone on uni,t I had to set it as GMT-1 for it to show correct time!
Very impressed with your webpage.
#22
y do the weather ppl always get the weather wrong with such advance in equipments!
#23
interesting, many thanks for the post ironeagleuk & the info you've given.
#24
godzillafan
IronHow good is this set up and how easy is it to link it with the cumulusalso how far from the computer setup and how high?considering getting one and setting it up with the cumuluscheers G

I wouldn't say it was as easy as pie to setup....but as long as you're ok with a screw-driver and can mount the pole somewhere in clear air, then it should be fine.
Cumulus takes a little configuring to get it right, but that is fairly straight-forward too.

The range can be upto 60metres according to the specs. My unit sits about 5 metres off the ground, and about 15 metres line of site away....would like it higher, but it's not practical at the moment.
I did see one mounted as high as the top of a 3 story house in Broadstairs, and it gets quite windy there, so should be ok.
The touchscreen unit is connected to the PC via a standard A to B (I think) USB lead

Here's a pic of my setup....looks abit messy, but does the job

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b198/ironeagleuk/Misc/DSC02883.jpg
#25
sanjay
Very impressed with your webpage.

That is the standard Cumulus template that comes with the software...you just have to copy the pages to your site and set the software up to copy the data over. My data is sent every minute I think.
Also you can set Cumulus up to send updates to Twitter....this I have setup for every hour.
#26
I wouldn't say it was as easy as pie to setup....but as long as you're ok with a screw-driver and can mount the pole somewhere in clear air, then it should be fine.
Cumulus takes a little configuring to get it right, but that is fairly straight-forward too.

The range can be upto 60metres according to the specs. My unit sits about 5 metres off the ground, and about 15 metres line of site away....would like it higher, but it's not practical at the moment.
I did see one mounted as high as the top of a 3 story house in Broadstairs, and it gets quite windy there, so should be ok.
The touchscreen unit is connected to the PC via a standard A to B (I think) USB lead

Cheers Iron

I think I might take the plunge

might take me a while to get it online but keen to gave the rest a bash and set it up - only thing is my garden is a bit sheltered in areas so not sure of the rest - might even hoot it up to the fence not sure that the neighbors will think of that but a good few away from them.

cheers G
#27
godzillafan
CheersIronI think I might take the plungemight take me a while to get it online but keen to gave the rest a bash and set it up - only thing is my garden is a bit sheltered in areas so not sure of the rest - might even hoot it up to the fence not sure that the neighbors will think of that but a good few away from them.cheers G

If you need a hand or advice, just give me a shout, and I'll do my best to help out
#28
ironeagleuk
godzillafan
CheersIronI think I might take the plungemight take me a while to get it online but keen to gave the rest a bash and set it up - only thing is my garden is a bit sheltered in areas so not sure of the rest - might even hoot it up to the fence not sure that the neighbors will think of that but a good few away from them.cheers G


If you need a hand or advice, just give me a shout, and I'll do my best to help out


cheers I

I left you a message any advice is great

cheers GF
#29
Its up and running - just need help to sort out this Cumulus - anyone know how setup it up with the software. I have downloaded it.

Cheers GF

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