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Ambient Weather Observer Internet Series Features Comparison and FAQs

Option 1: WS-1200-IP

Pros:
  • Sensor array communicates directly to both the display console and ObseverIP Module, eliminating idiosyncrasies with a shared WiFi network.
  • Lower cost than WiFi solution.
  • Color display console can be placed anywhere for viewing real time conditions.
Cons:
  • Requires free ethernet port on your router.
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Option 2: WS-1400-IP

Pros:
  • Sensor array communicates directly to both the display console and ObserverIP Module, eliminating idiosyncrasies with a shared WiFi network.
  • Lowest cost soution.
Cons:
  • Requires free Ethernet Port on your router.
  • No color Display Console.
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Option 3: WS-1001-WIFI

Pros:
  • Dual wireless technology (RF and WiFi) extends the overall range between the sensor array and your WiFi router.
  • Ideal for networks where only WiFi is available (no ethernet connection).
  • Works with EasyWeather Software (Mac or PC) over your Local Area Network.
Cons:
  • More expensive.
  • Subject to idiosyncrasies associated with a shared WiFi network.
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Option 4: WS-1200-AIRBRIDGE

Pros:
  • Supports all of the major free cloud services, such as Wunderground.com, WeatherBug, CWOP, PWSWeather, Twitter and more.
  • Supports email alerts.
  • Includes WebCam integration.
  • Advanced features include MySQL, FTP, HTTP request, and Script Execution.
  • Dual wireless technology (RF and WiFi) extends the overall range between the sensor array and your WiFi router.
  • Supports both LAN (cabled to router) and WLAN (wifi to router).
  • Built in Linux webserver with intuitive user interface.
Cons:
  • More expensive.
  • The AirBridge does not support an indoor humidity sensor.
  • The indoor temperature is measured inside the AirBridge receiver, and subject to internal heating, and does not accurately reflect ambient temperature.
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Option 5: WS-1400-IP-WEATHERBRIDGE

Pros:
  • Supports all of the major free cloud services, such as Wunderground.com, WeatherBug, CWOP, PWSWeather, Twitter and more.
  • Supports email alerts.
  • Includes WebCam integration.
  • Advanced features include MySQL, FTP, HTTP request, and Script Execution.
  • Supports both LAN (cabled to router) and WLAN (wifi to router).
  • Built in Linux webserver with intuitive user interface.
Cons:
  • More expensive.
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Option 6: WS-1001-AIRBRIDGE

Pros:
  • Supports all of the major free cloud services, such as Wunderground.com, WeatherBug, CWOP, PWSWeather, Twitter and more.
  • Supports email alerts.
  • Includes WebCam integration.
  • Advanced features include MySQL, FTP, HTTP request, and Script Execution.
  • Supports both LAN (cabled to router) and WLAN (wifi to router).
  • Built in Linux webserver with intuitive user interface.
Cons:
  • No indoor temperature and humidity.
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Option 7: WS-1001-WEATHERBRIDGEPRO

Pros:
  • Supports all of the major free cloud services, such as Wunderground.com, WeatherBug, CWOP, PWSWeather, Twitter and more.
  • Supports LAN, WiFi and Cellular Networks.
  • Supports email alerts.
  • Includes WebCam integration.
  • Advanced features include MySQL, FTP, HTTP request, and Script Execution.
  • Supports both LAN (cabled to router) and WLAN (wifi to router).
  • Supports MiFi.
  • Supports 3G / 4G Cellular Networks with optional USB Cellular Modem.
  • Built in Linux webserver with intuitive user interface.
Cons:
  • No indoor temperature.
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Compatible with Wunderground.com: Ambient Weather Observer

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

  • Are the weather station sensor arrays identical for all four options? Yes, they are identical.
  • Is Wunderground.com a free service? Yes, it is always free.
  • Do I need a computer? The WS-1200-IP, WS-1200-AIRBRIDGE, and WS-1400-IP need a computer to set up but not to use. The ObserverIP sends the data directly to the internet. The WS-1001-WiFi does not require a computer to set up your network settings, they are entered from the display console.
  • Does Wunderground.com support indoor temperature and humidity? Not yet but coming soon. They will make this data password protected. They are already receiving this data.

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