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Weather Stations

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Nossie
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Weather Stations

Post by Nossie »

Ian.

http://www.StewartonWeather.com
Containerised Cumulus[MX] 3.28.0 (build: 3269) ● CumulusUtils Version 6.23.0● Ecowitt 2551/WH65/T&HP/WH57/WH45/3x WH51 ● Pi 5 8GB ● Debian Bookworm ● Ubuntu Server Host
prodata
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Location: Littleport, East Cambs, UK

Re: Weather Stations

Post by prodata »

It's actually quite difficult to get really high speed readings just from a finger flick on the cups. I think the fastest I can do on a Davis anemometer is somewhere in the 15-20mph range. It's plenty enough to check that it's working but not remotely into hurricane/tornado speeds. MAybe others have stronger fingers. :)
John Dann
Prodata Weather Systems
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Cortmalaw
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Re: Weather Stations

Post by Cortmalaw »

Try using a hairdryer, or tyre inflation compressor!
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