Weather-Station of Wierstorf

In the next few weeks I will build up my Davis weather station and hopefully get it going after such a long period of storage. the required software is already integrated in this system. I’m curious to see how the station, or the measurement data can be displayed online here. The first step is always the most difficult.
After a lot of research, I became a little sceptical about the public data presentation. Actually, I wanted to buy an IP LIVE data logger to direct the weather data directly to Weatherlink. I would have saved a computer that collects the data and puts it directly on the Internet. However, Weatherlink’s service shields user data. It is no longer possible to publish the weather data in general. I would also have to pay to be able to view my data with a handful of “friends”. This does not, for me, call for this method of direct data transmission.
So only the tried and tested possibility to collect the data from the station via a local computer, to evaluate it and to transfer it to the Internet on this homepage. For me, only a notebook could be considered, which can continue to process the data even during a power failure. I have not yet thought about how often a data update to the internet pages should take place. Constant switching on and off puts a strain on the notebook. A constantly switched on notebook, increases the power consumption and carries even more dangers in 24-hour operation. I will continue to look for a compromise …
Now I will set up the weather station and put it into operation. Then we’ll see more… 

A member of the weatherstation software Community  wrote to me that the Meteobridge PRO can be a solution for my problem. Thank you Chris!

 

What happens next will follow soon…

 

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