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|'''Davis'''<BR>Vantage Pro2, Pro1 (except firmware A)
 
|'''Davis'''<BR>Vantage Pro2, Pro1 (except firmware A)
 
|Vantage Pro including wind, rain, pressure, UV, solar radiation, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors. In order to connect Vantage with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge <u>and</u> a PC weather program in parallel.
 
|Vantage Pro including wind, rain, pressure, UV, solar radiation, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors. In order to connect Vantage with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge <u>and</u> a PC weather program in parallel.
 
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|<center>[[File:vue.png]]</center>
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|'''Davis'''<BR>Vantage Vue
 
|'''Davis'''<BR>Vantage Vue
 
|Vantage Vue including wind, rain, pressure, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors, but without UV or solar sensors. In order to connect Vue with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge <u>and</u> a PC weather program in parallel.
 
|Vantage Vue including wind, rain, pressure, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors, but without UV or solar sensors. In order to connect Vue with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge <u>and</u> a PC weather program in parallel.
 
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|<center>[[File:meteostick.png]]</center>
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|[[File:meteostick.png]]
 
|'''smartbedded''' Meteostick<BR><BR><small>for RF reception of Davis and Fine Offset sensor arrays</small>
 
|'''smartbedded''' Meteostick<BR><BR><small>for RF reception of Davis and Fine Offset sensor arrays</small>
 
|Meteostick reads RF signals from Davis Vue and Vantage Pro 2 sensors (US, EU and AU models) directly and makes data accessible without need of a Davis Console/Envoy and Logger. Indoor humidity is not provided, indoor temp is not reported accurately, because the sensor in the USB stick sized device heats up a bit during operation. When used with Meteobridge FW 1.4 or newer, no USB hub is needed. Use of a USB cradle is recommended to bring some distance between the RF noise emitting Meteobridge and the Meteostick. Since Meteostick firmware 2.2 data from Davis repeaters is also supported. Since Meteostick firmware 2.0 also data from outdoor sensor array (WH24) of Fine Offset HP-100x (aka Ambientweather Observer WS-100x) can be received (US and EU models). You find more details about Meteostick [http://www.smartbedded.com/wiki/index.php/Meteostick here]. Remark: Meteobridge does not offer pass through options for Meteostick as with the Davis loggers.
 
|Meteostick reads RF signals from Davis Vue and Vantage Pro 2 sensors (US, EU and AU models) directly and makes data accessible without need of a Davis Console/Envoy and Logger. Indoor humidity is not provided, indoor temp is not reported accurately, because the sensor in the USB stick sized device heats up a bit during operation. When used with Meteobridge FW 1.4 or newer, no USB hub is needed. Use of a USB cradle is recommended to bring some distance between the RF noise emitting Meteobridge and the Meteostick. Since Meteostick firmware 2.2 data from Davis repeaters is also supported. Since Meteostick firmware 2.0 also data from outdoor sensor array (WH24) of Fine Offset HP-100x (aka Ambientweather Observer WS-100x) can be received (US and EU models). You find more details about Meteostick [http://www.smartbedded.com/wiki/index.php/Meteostick here]. Remark: Meteobridge does not offer pass through options for Meteostick as with the Davis loggers.
 
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|[[File:wmr928.png]]
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR968 (US), WMR928 (EU)
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR968 (US), WMR928 (EU)
 
|This model has a RS232 connector that needs a RS232-USB converter (based on FTDI or Prolific pl2303 chipset). Station does not provide UV or solar sensors.
 
|This model has a RS232 connector that needs a RS232-USB converter (based on FTDI or Prolific pl2303 chipset). Station does not provide UV or solar sensors.
 
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|<center>[[File:wmr100.png]]</center>
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|[[File:wmr100.png]]
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR100, WMR88
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR100, WMR88
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). An optional UV sensor is supported as well.
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). An optional UV sensor is supported as well.
 
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|[[File:wmr200.png]]
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR200
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR200
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR200 will not be used by Meteobridge. WMR200 has problems in reporting actual sensor readings, when data logger is completely filled. It is recommended to set the data logging interval to the maximum (longest duration). This takes care that the data logger will not reach its capacity for months. However, you should take care to empty the data logger's buffer from time to time manually at the WMR200 base station. Beside the standard sensors it can also support UV sensors.
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR200 will not be used by Meteobridge. WMR200 has problems in reporting actual sensor readings, when data logger is completely filled. It is recommended to set the data logging interval to the maximum (longest duration). This takes care that the data logger will not reach its capacity for months. However, you should take care to empty the data logger's buffer from time to time manually at the WMR200 base station. Beside the standard sensors it can also support UV sensors.
 
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|<center>[[File:wmr300w78.png]]</center>
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|[[File:wmr300w78.png]]
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR300
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMR300
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR300 will not be used by Meteobridge.
 
|This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR300 will not be used by Meteobridge.
 
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|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMRS200
 
|'''Oregon'''<BR>WMRS200
 
|This station is like a WMR100 with sensors from WMR200 but without any display. WMRS200 is connected to Meteobidge USB port (as WMR200) and is also powered by the USB connector.
 
|This station is like a WMR100 with sensors from WMR200 but without any display. WMRS200 is connected to Meteobidge USB port (as WMR200) and is also powered by the USB connector.
 
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|<center>[[File:te923.png]]</center>
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|[[File:te923.png]]
 
|'''Meade'''<BR>TE923, TE827, TE821, DV928, W831
 
|'''Meade'''<BR>TE923, TE827, TE821, DV928, W831
 
|These weather stations are connected via USB and are sold with various brand names (Mebus, Irox, Honeywell, Nexus, Ventus). Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality of TE923 is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
 
|These weather stations are connected via USB and are sold with various brand names (Mebus, Irox, Honeywell, Nexus, Ventus). Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality of TE923 is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
 
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|<center>[[File:ws1640.png]]</center>
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|[[File:ws1640.png]]
 
|'''LaCrosse'''<BR>WS1640
 
|'''LaCrosse'''<BR>WS1640
 
|This weather stations is connected via USB and is from an USB point of view identical to the ones above from Meade, Mebus, Irox, etc. Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
 
|This weather stations is connected via USB and is from an USB point of view identical to the ones above from Meade, Mebus, Irox, etc. Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
 
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|<center>[[File:wh1080.png]]</center>
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|[[File:wh1080.png]]
 
|'''Ambient Weather '''<BR>WS1090, WS2080
 
|'''Ambient Weather '''<BR>WS1090, WS2080
 
|These weather stations manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics (WH1080, WH2080, WH3080) are also branded as Watson W-8681, WX-2008, National Geographic 265 NE, Elecsa 6975/ 6976, etc. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV sensors is used if present.
 
|These weather stations manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics (WH1080, WH2080, WH3080) are also branded as Watson W-8681, WX-2008, National Geographic 265 NE, Elecsa 6975/ 6976, etc. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV sensors is used if present.
 
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|<center>[[File:wh2310.png]]</center>
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|[[File:wh2310.png]]
 
|'''Fine Offset '''<BR>WH4000, WH2310
 
|'''Fine Offset '''<BR>WH4000, WH2310
 
|These weather stations also rebranded as Tycon TP2700 are manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics and use a bit different protocol compared to the WH1080 and alike clones. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV/Solar sensor is used if present.
 
|These weather stations also rebranded as Tycon TP2700 are manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics and use a bit different protocol compared to the WH1080 and alike clones. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV/Solar sensor is used if present.
 
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|<center>[[File:oserverip.png]]</center>
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|[[File:oserverip.png]]
 
|'''Ambient Weather '''<BR>Observer IP
 
|'''Ambient Weather '''<BR>Observer IP
 
|This LAN device uploads data from the Weather Observer line of weather sensors to Weather Underground. Meteobridge can also make use of the Oberserver IP.  
 
|This LAN device uploads data from the Weather Observer line of weather sensors to Weather Underground. Meteobridge can also make use of the Oberserver IP.  
 
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|<center>[[File:ultimeter.png]]</center>
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|[[File:ultimeter.png]]
 
|'''Peet Bros'''<BR>Ultimeter 100, 800, 2100
 
|'''Peet Bros'''<BR>Ultimeter 100, 800, 2100
 
| Ultimeter weather stations from Peet Bros are supported. Wind, rain, pressure, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity are used. Station needs to be set to "data logging", "packet" or "complete record (preferred) mode with 2400 baud transfer rate. Station needs a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset.
 
| Ultimeter weather stations from Peet Bros are supported. Wind, rain, pressure, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity are used. Station needs to be set to "data logging", "packet" or "complete record (preferred) mode with 2400 baud transfer rate. Station needs a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset.
 
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|<center>[[File:mk3.png]]</center>
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|<center>[[File:mk3.png]]
 
|'''Rainwise'''<BR>MkIII
 
|'''Rainwise'''<BR>MkIII
 
|MkIII weather station from Rainwise is supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge can handle the old (white box) serial MKIIICC computer interface (with a RS232-USB converter based on pl2303 or FTDI) and the new (black box) CC-3000 computer interface.
 
|MkIII weather station from Rainwise is supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge can handle the old (white box) serial MKIIICC computer interface (with a RS232-USB converter based on pl2303 or FTDI) and the new (black box) CC-3000 computer interface.
 
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|<center>[[File:ws600.png]]</center>
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|[[File:ws600.png]]
 
|'''Lufft'''<BR>WS600/601
 
|'''Lufft'''<BR>WS600/601
 
|WS600 weather station from Lufft is supported, when attached as USB serial device by a specific UMB component. Stations needs to be configured on channel 1. Data provided is wind speed, wind direction, temperature, humidity, rain rate, rain total, solar radiation, uv index. Precipitation type is not evaluated by Meteobridge.
 
|WS600 weather station from Lufft is supported, when attached as USB serial device by a specific UMB component. Stations needs to be configured on channel 1. Data provided is wind speed, wind direction, temperature, humidity, rain rate, rain total, solar radiation, uv index. Precipitation type is not evaluated by Meteobridge.
 
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|<center>[[File:acurite.png]]</center>
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|[[File:acurite.png]]
 
|'''Acurite'''<BR>1025/1035/1525
 
|'''Acurite'''<BR>1025/1035/1525
 
|USB enabled weather stations from Acurite are supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge directly connects to the USB interface of the Acurite console. Important: Acurite console has to be switched to USB mode 3. Warning: Inside humidity is not reported correctly.
 
|USB enabled weather stations from Acurite are supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge directly connects to the USB interface of the Acurite console. Important: Acurite console has to be switched to USB mode 3. Warning: Inside humidity is not reported correctly.
 
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|<center>[[File:aculink.png]]</center>
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|[[File:aculink.png]]
 
|'''Acurite'''<BR>Internet-Bridge
 
|'''Acurite'''<BR>Internet-Bridge
 
|Internet-Bridge from Acurite, which sends weather data to Acurite's proprietary Internet network, can be connected to Meteobridge with a direct Ethernet cable in between. This needs Meteobridge operating in WLAN mode (otherwise the LAN connector will not be available). In this mode of operation Acurite Internet-Bridge will be connected to your router by Meteobridge's WLAN connection. Acurite Internet-Bridge will continue to operate in the Internet as usual. Meteobridge sniffs sensor data from the passed-through TCP traffic and uses that data as if the sensors were directly connected to Meteobridge. That way Meteobridge gives Acurite Internet-Bridge owners a broad array of new options to deal with their weather data. Supported sensors are Acurite 5in1, 3in1 outdoor sensor and additional temperature/humidity sensors. Pressure readings need a station specific calibration, which can easily be done by Meteobridge's web interface. Indoor humidity data is not available.
 
|Internet-Bridge from Acurite, which sends weather data to Acurite's proprietary Internet network, can be connected to Meteobridge with a direct Ethernet cable in between. This needs Meteobridge operating in WLAN mode (otherwise the LAN connector will not be available). In this mode of operation Acurite Internet-Bridge will be connected to your router by Meteobridge's WLAN connection. Acurite Internet-Bridge will continue to operate in the Internet as usual. Meteobridge sniffs sensor data from the passed-through TCP traffic and uses that data as if the sensors were directly connected to Meteobridge. That way Meteobridge gives Acurite Internet-Bridge owners a broad array of new options to deal with their weather data. Supported sensors are Acurite 5in1, 3in1 outdoor sensor and additional temperature/humidity sensors. Pressure readings need a station specific calibration, which can easily be done by Meteobridge's web interface. Indoor humidity data is not available.
 
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|<center>[[File:ws2300.png]]</center>
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|[[File:ws2300.png]]
 
|'''LaCrosse'''<BR>WS2300
 
|'''LaCrosse'''<BR>WS2300
 
|WS2300 weather station is supported. Warning: WS2300 can deliver sporadic false weather data readings caused by interface problems. WS2300 needs a RS232-USB converter witch pl2303 or FTDI chipset.  
 
|WS2300 weather station is supported. Warning: WS2300 can deliver sporadic false weather data readings caused by interface problems. WS2300 needs a RS232-USB converter witch pl2303 or FTDI chipset.  
 
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|<center>[[File:ws300.png]]</center>
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|[[File:ws300.png]]
 
|'''LaCrosse / ELV'''<BR>WS300PC/444/500 and various clones (WS550/777/888, WDC7000)
 
|'''LaCrosse / ELV'''<BR>WS300PC/444/500 and various clones (WS550/777/888, WDC7000)
 
|WS300 weather station and clones are supported and connected via USB.
 
|WS300 weather station and clones are supported and connected via USB.

Revision as of 00:34, 31 July 2017

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Meteobridge can handle a broad range of weather stations from consumer entry level up to prosumer/professional stations from Davis Instruments, PeetBros or Rainwise.
supported weather stations
Weather station Description
Vantage.png Davis
Vantage Pro2, Pro1 (except firmware A)
Vantage Pro including wind, rain, pressure, UV, solar radiation, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors. In order to connect Vantage with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge and a PC weather program in parallel.
Vue.png Davis
Vantage Vue
Vantage Vue including wind, rain, pressure, indoor temperature, outdoor temperature sensors, but without UV or solar sensors. In order to connect Vue with Meteobridge it needs one of the Davis data loggers (serial or USB). If a serial logger is used, it needs to be set to 19.200 baud and a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset is necessary. Storage capacity of Davis logger is not used at all. Meteobridge allows parallel use of the Vantage by a PC program, which connects to the Meteobridge on port 22222 (like with a Davis IP logger). Meteobridge can also pass through the connection to the Davis station to an additional PC weather program of your liking. Therefore, you can use Meteobridge and a PC weather program in parallel.
Meteostick.png smartbedded Meteostick

for RF reception of Davis and Fine Offset sensor arrays
Meteostick reads RF signals from Davis Vue and Vantage Pro 2 sensors (US, EU and AU models) directly and makes data accessible without need of a Davis Console/Envoy and Logger. Indoor humidity is not provided, indoor temp is not reported accurately, because the sensor in the USB stick sized device heats up a bit during operation. When used with Meteobridge FW 1.4 or newer, no USB hub is needed. Use of a USB cradle is recommended to bring some distance between the RF noise emitting Meteobridge and the Meteostick. Since Meteostick firmware 2.2 data from Davis repeaters is also supported. Since Meteostick firmware 2.0 also data from outdoor sensor array (WH24) of Fine Offset HP-100x (aka Ambientweather Observer WS-100x) can be received (US and EU models). You find more details about Meteostick here. Remark: Meteobridge does not offer pass through options for Meteostick as with the Davis loggers.
Wmr928.png Oregon
WMR968 (US), WMR928 (EU)
This model has a RS232 connector that needs a RS232-USB converter (based on FTDI or Prolific pl2303 chipset). Station does not provide UV or solar sensors.
Wmr100.png Oregon
WMR100, WMR88
This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). An optional UV sensor is supported as well.
Wmr200.png Oregon
WMR200
This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR200 will not be used by Meteobridge. WMR200 has problems in reporting actual sensor readings, when data logger is completely filled. It is recommended to set the data logging interval to the maximum (longest duration). This takes care that the data logger will not reach its capacity for months. However, you should take care to empty the data logger's buffer from time to time manually at the WMR200 base station. Beside the standard sensors it can also support UV sensors.
Wmr300w78.png Oregon
WMR300
This model has a USB connector that can be connected to the Meteobridge client (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween). Internal datalogger of WMR300 will not be used by Meteobridge.
Wmrs200.png Oregon
WMRS200
This station is like a WMR100 with sensors from WMR200 but without any display. WMRS200 is connected to Meteobidge USB port (as WMR200) and is also powered by the USB connector.
Te923.png Meade
TE923, TE827, TE821, DV928, W831
These weather stations are connected via USB and are sold with various brand names (Mebus, Irox, Honeywell, Nexus, Ventus). Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality of TE923 is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
Ws1640.png LaCrosse
WS1640
This weather stations is connected via USB and is from an USB point of view identical to the ones above from Meade, Mebus, Irox, etc. Meteobridge supports recent hardware versions which provide live weather data on the USB port. Internal data logger functionality is not used by Meteobridge. Station is connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 hub inbetween).
Wh1080.png Ambient Weather
WS1090, WS2080
These weather stations manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics (WH1080, WH2080, WH3080) are also branded as Watson W-8681, WX-2008, National Geographic 265 NE, Elecsa 6975/ 6976, etc. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV sensors is used if present.
Wh2310.png Fine Offset
WH4000, WH2310
These weather stations also rebranded as Tycon TP2700 are manufactured by Fine Offset Electronics and use a bit different protocol compared to the WH1080 and alike clones. Meteobridge makes use of live data, internal data logger functionality is not used. Stations can be connected via USB. UV/Solar sensor is used if present.
Oserverip.png Ambient Weather
Observer IP
This LAN device uploads data from the Weather Observer line of weather sensors to Weather Underground. Meteobridge can also make use of the Oberserver IP.
Ultimeter.png Peet Bros
Ultimeter 100, 800, 2100
Ultimeter weather stations from Peet Bros are supported. Wind, rain, pressure, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity are used. Station needs to be set to "data logging", "packet" or "complete record (preferred) mode with 2400 baud transfer rate. Station needs a RS232-USB converter based on Prolific pl2303 or FTDI chipset.
Mk3.png
Rainwise
MkIII
MkIII weather station from Rainwise is supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge can handle the old (white box) serial MKIIICC computer interface (with a RS232-USB converter based on pl2303 or FTDI) and the new (black box) CC-3000 computer interface.
Ws600.png Lufft
WS600/601
WS600 weather station from Lufft is supported, when attached as USB serial device by a specific UMB component. Stations needs to be configured on channel 1. Data provided is wind speed, wind direction, temperature, humidity, rain rate, rain total, solar radiation, uv index. Precipitation type is not evaluated by Meteobridge.
Acurite.png Acurite
1025/1035/1525
USB enabled weather stations from Acurite are supported including wind, rain, pressure, outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity. Meteobridge directly connects to the USB interface of the Acurite console. Important: Acurite console has to be switched to USB mode 3. Warning: Inside humidity is not reported correctly.
Aculink.png Acurite
Internet-Bridge
Internet-Bridge from Acurite, which sends weather data to Acurite's proprietary Internet network, can be connected to Meteobridge with a direct Ethernet cable in between. This needs Meteobridge operating in WLAN mode (otherwise the LAN connector will not be available). In this mode of operation Acurite Internet-Bridge will be connected to your router by Meteobridge's WLAN connection. Acurite Internet-Bridge will continue to operate in the Internet as usual. Meteobridge sniffs sensor data from the passed-through TCP traffic and uses that data as if the sensors were directly connected to Meteobridge. That way Meteobridge gives Acurite Internet-Bridge owners a broad array of new options to deal with their weather data. Supported sensors are Acurite 5in1, 3in1 outdoor sensor and additional temperature/humidity sensors. Pressure readings need a station specific calibration, which can easily be done by Meteobridge's web interface. Indoor humidity data is not available.
Ws2300.png LaCrosse
WS2300
WS2300 weather station is supported. Warning: WS2300 can deliver sporadic false weather data readings caused by interface problems. WS2300 needs a RS232-USB converter witch pl2303 or FTDI chipset.
Ws300.png LaCrosse / ELV
WS300PC/444/500 and various clones (WS550/777/888, WDC7000)
WS300 weather station and clones are supported and connected via USB.

Remark: All stations connected via USB will need a small cheap USB 2.0 hub to be connected to Meteobridge, when TP-Link platform (MR3020, MR3040, WR703N) or D-Link (DIR-505) is used. Reason is a limitation in Atheros chipset in these platforms. Any passive USB 2.0 router for a few Euros/Dollars should do. When ASUS WL-330N3G is used as platform, no USB hub is needed.

Not supported stations are LaCrosse 3600, 2800, 2500, 2000.