Weather Station Installation - Part Two

By: N5GVG, 12:55 AM GMT on February 04, 2011

... two weeks pass ...And my radiation shield has arrived!the L-bracket is not metal... but we are going to roll with the punches and mount it anway,I am adding one slight modificationsolar powered cooling, this is a small (obviously) 5v fan (.27A) and three 1.5v 200mA solar panels, wired in serieshere it is mounted in the bottom of the shieldand this is my super duty attachment of my wiring terminal block to the exterior of the shieldand the "mounting" of the solar...

Updated: 8:35 PM GMT on August 27, 2012

Weather Station Installation - Part One

By: N5GVG, 12:53 AM GMT on February 04, 2011

Below is a brief (it started brief) explanation of the installation of my weather station.A friend of mine had replaced his weather station with a new unit thinking that the old one was faulty. After having done so, he realized in fact it was not. I was lucky enough to be the recipient of said "old/faulty" weather station.It is a LaCrosse Technology WS-2308ALhttp://www.lacrossetechnology.com/2308/I got it home, tested it again and decided to mount it directly to m...

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