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Connected to station Warning, your console logging interval (30 mins) does not match the Cumulus logging interval (10 mi

Discussion specific to Fine Offset and similar rebadged weather stations
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Syl
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Joined: Fri 10 Dec 2010 3:21 pm
Weather Station: National Geographic 265NC
Operating System: Win 10 - always uptodate

Connected to station Warning, your console logging interval (30 mins) does not match the Cumulus logging interval (10 mi

Post by Syl »

New to MX - just installed. Very different that the old Cumulus and somewhat confusing

Using National Geographic 265NC (using Fine offset)

Got this error - how do I change the console logging interval?
I did a search of post but couldn't fine a suitable answer

Where are the local help files?

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mcrossley
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Weather Station: Davis VP2/WLL
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Location: Wilmslow, Cheshire, UK
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Re: Connected to station Warning, your console logging interval (30 mins) does not match the Cumulus logging interval (1

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You can set the logger interval using the EasyWeather program, or using the SetLogger utility

There are no local help files for MX, all the documentation is in the Wiki.

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