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LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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bepcan
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LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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Hi everyone, Cumulus 1.9.4 often shows strange values for inside temperature. My station is LaCrosse WS2307. Any idea?
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Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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If that's the only item that does that, then I would think it's probably the sensor that's faulty. Are you using a real serial port or a USB adapter?
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Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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Hi, I am using a USB adapter!

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Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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USB adapters are known to cause problems with La Crosse stations, which is why I don't offer support for Cumulus when using them. But if it's only the inside temperature that's doing this, it's probably nothing to do with the USB adapter and more likely to be the sensor failing.
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Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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I think I could use the software included with the sensors (HeavyWheather, I am not sure) and the console to download data from console to PC, I could verify if inconveniences still remain

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Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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Yes, that's worth trying. But note that you may not see the problem if you're only looking at logger data and not live data (assuming the Cumulus readings are from live data).
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bepcan
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Joined: Thu 30 Apr 2015 6:06 am
Weather Station: La Crosse WS2307
Operating System: Windows XP
Location: Latitude N 39° 15' 02" Longitude E 09° 10' 18"

Re: LaCrosse WS2307 - inside temperature bad data

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Of course, so I will use an other software with the possibility to display graphs.

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