I've been considering the Ambient Weather WS-2902A. It's significantly
less expensive, but works with Alexa and has a modern phone interface.
Anyone have any ideas of the differences between these higher-end Davis
devices and the $169 Ambient Weather devices? Is it the accuracy?
It may last longer, but I don't need that in a $169 device.
Interfacing with Linux is important to me. Any idea if the WS-2902A
works with wview?
Is wview being maintained any longer? Are there alternatives for Linux?
On 07/08/2018 04:00 PM, kanewolf wrote:
> My ISS is 10+ years old. TX sun and hail has taken its toll. I want to
> replace the ISS. The 6825 Groweather
>looks like a great
> choice. The solar sensor for ET calculation without having the UV
> sensor which I don't see much value.
> Does anyone have experience using a GroWeather ISS with Wview. Wview
> has been my preferred software since day 1. It seems to have been
> abandoned but still functions.
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