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  • #43997

    caverdude
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    Hello, I’d like to know where I might get a bomb proof digital temperature monitor that is small, tough and sits quietly recording say hourly temps, then I simply plug it into my usb port and read the record of temps over whatever period of time has elapsed. Also would there possibly be anything like this for humidity? I’d like it to be small, light, tough.

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    #43999

    caverdude
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    http://www.p3international.com/products/weather/e9300.html

    Actually this looks pretty darn good. 9 humidity and temp senors can be connected at once. wireless sensors at that for $130. plus maybe cost of sensors.

    #44702

    caverdude
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    Ok I bought that p3 international professional weather station. It does what it says except the history graph simply shows greater or less. Its not exact. I’m not sure what it’s showing me the history of also. For a device you may simply look at and then log on paper once a day, its fine I guess. It does not show barometric pressure.  It does not show solar intensity. It does not show wind direction.

    What I actually want is a weather station that records hourly readings for all measurements for up to a month or longer. I should be able to transfer that data to my laptop with ease.

    Temperature Inside/Outside
    Humidity Inside/Outside
    Dewpoint Inside/Outside
    Barometric Pressure
    Windspeed and direction.
    Solar intensity.
    Rainfall
    Hourly readings.
    One month or more recorded hourly history on all measurements.
    Can transfer data to laptop.

    Where can I find something like this and how much would it cost me? Maybe Ill have to make my own weather station like this.

     

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    #44703

    caverdude
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    http://www.davisnet.com/weather/products/weather_product.asp?pnum=06152

    actually this is looking more like what I might need at over $600

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