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Club weather station

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Topic: Club weather station
Posted By: NickM99
Subject: Club weather station
Date Posted: 19 Oct 20 at 12:57pm
Bough Beech SC is thinking of putting in a weather station to show on the website live wind strength etc, but probably no camera. There seem to lots of brands out there. Any recommendations from clubs who have them?



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Posted By: fleaberto
Date Posted: 21 Oct 20 at 3:05pm
At Carsington we use Skylink.
Link from website to see live conditions, 5-Day forecast and even historical (to confirm that the 'forum-30knots' was, indeed, just 12 LOL  )

http://https://skyview-systems.co.uk/pages/skylink-pro" rel="nofollow - http://https://skyview-systems.co.uk/pages/skylink-pro


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Lightning368 'All the Gear' (409), Lightning368 'Sprite' (101), Intl 420 ('Little Minx'),Contender 'Mild Oats' (620), Laser (big number) 'Yellow Jack', RS Vareo (432)


Posted By: jeffers
Date Posted: 21 Oct 20 at 5:36pm
We have a Vantage Vue by Davis Instruments. This then gets displayed on the club website via a Raspberry Pi with some open source weather station software on it.

You can also have multiple physical displays on it (so one in the bar, one in the galley).

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Paul
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D-Zero GBR 74


Posted By: NickM99
Date Posted: 22 Oct 20 at 10:50am
Thanks guys. I'll look at those.



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