The WeatherHub2 is a data logger and IP Ethernet Weather Station Server in one. Simply plug the WeatherHub2 data logger into the back of your console and connect the cable to your cable/DSL router. Within minutes, you'll be able to see your weather data live on the Internet.
Compatable with the following weather stations: Ambient Weather WS-1080 and WS-2080, La Crosse Technology 2300 Series, Rainwise MKIII, Peet Bros Ultimeter 100/800/2000/2100, Oregon Scientific WMR968 (requires USB converter, not included), WMR88A, WMR100, WMR100N, WMR200, RMS-300, Honeywell TE923W, TN924W, Davis Vantage Vue, VantagePro and VantagePro2 series (requires WeatherLink serial or USB data logger) and RXFCOM (weather stations are sold separately and can be purchased in the "May we also suggest" section below.
Avoid the high operating costs and low reliability of connecting to a PC.
The WeatherHub2 converts your weather station into an internet ready device and streams weather data real time (approximately 3 second updates) to the WindAlert.com
Websites. Also supports the WeatherForYou.com
and Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP)
The WeatherHub2 is an entire Linux computer built into a compact 4.25 x 2.75 x 1.75" package. Includes an ARM-based 1.2GHz embedded processor, 512MB of DDR2 memory, 512MB of flash storage, gigabit ethernet, USB 2.0 and 4.0 GB SD Card.
A web interface provides password protection, programming, networking, data and graphical analysis.
The low power module (appx 5W) provides up to the second data analysis using Weather Underground's Rapid Fire Technology. Data is archived on Weather Underground and can be imported into excel or database applications. Live XML weather feeds provide easy television, radio and web integration. Also supports FTP client support to your own website.
The 4GB SD card can hold up to approximately eight years of weather data (included).
Reports outdoor temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, barometric pressure, rainfall and UV, and calculated parameters, such as dew point, heat index, wind chill and rain rate.Note:
Davis Instruments weather stations require 6510USB WeatherLink data logger. If you have the 6510SER data logger, you will need a USB to serial coverter (see below). Please note that this unit is not compatible with WeatherLink software.Attention Virtual Weather Station users: Please note that the WeatherHub2 does not communicate directly to the Virtual Weather Station software, and is designed as a standalone, internet appliance only.Attention Davis Instruments VantagePro2 users: Please note that the WeatherHub2 interfaces to the WeatherLink hardware and does not communicate directly to the Davis Instruments WeatherLink software, and is designed as a standalone, internet appliance only.
The Oregon Scientific WMR-968 requires a serial cable and USB converter (see below).