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Netatmo weather station

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Per69
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Netatmo weather station

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Hej
Anyone got data out of Netatmo weather station to present in Cumulus?

BR
/Per

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Re: Netatmo weather station

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AllyCat
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Re: Netatmo weather station

Post by AllyCat »

Hi,

I don't know how many sensors or stations that Netatmo manufacture or sell, but the wind sensor that I saw appeared to be "cloud" based.

The additional information here on this "sister" forum may be of some interest.

In that thread, I quoted from the Netatmo FAQ which said:

"Q11: Does the Netatmo Weather Station have a Windows / Desktop / PC App?
No, unfortunately the Netatmo Weather Station has no Windows / Desktop / PC App at the moment".


Cheers, Alan.

Per69
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Re: Netatmo weather station

Post by Per69 »

I saw that too, that's why I'm asking :roll:

Alan:
I don't know how many sensors or stations that Netatmo manufacture or sell, but the wind sensor that I saw appeared to be "cloud" based.
They sell different items as options. Windsensor is one of them.

I have a better forum where they talk about API and PHP.
https://forum.netatmo.com/viewforum.php?f=12

I Think you make your own custom app that you can "call" up on your webpage.

The nice thing about this weather station is that it comes with a nice app from appstore.

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Re: Netatmo weather station

Post by wi3x »

I've recently installed and aligned a brand new anemometer with a wireless transmitter at 45 feet AGL to clear all surrounding trees and structures. I get really consistent wind speed and direction readings. There's a guy about 1.5 miles with a Netatmo station and his reading are all over the board. It could simply be the location, I'm not sure.

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