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#1326203 - 23/04/2015 15:45 Connecting your weather instruments to BoM/Met Office database
macbenoy Offline
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Loc: South Australia
Thought this would be of interest to a few people. The next meeting of the Australia Meteorological Association is happening on Monday 27th of April, 5:30 pm.

The meeting features Bureau of Meteorology technician Mark Seaborn talking about how to setup and connect your own weather station.

Details below:

Ever wanted to set up your own weather station? Find out how, and how to connect the data online, from Met Bureau Technician Mark Seaborn at the Australian Meteorological Association meeting.

Mark will detail his own experiences choosing, setting up and connecting an automatic weather station at his home, and then connecting the data online including to the Bureau of Meteorology Weather on the Web page, a collaborative project with the UK Met Office (http://bom-wow.metoffice.gov.uk/)

5.30pm Monday 27th April at the Bureau, 25 College Road Kent Town

No reservation required
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#1328441 - 09/05/2015 10:20 Re: Connecting your weather instruments to BoM/Met Office database [Re: macbenoy]
thatflashoflite Offline
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Registered: 03/05/2015
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Loc: Burra, South Australia
Sounds very interesting.

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#1328492 - 09/05/2015 21:05 Re: Connecting your weather instruments to BoM/Met Office database [Re: macbenoy]
teckert Offline
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A pity this wasn't posted in the sa forum, as I reckon a few more would've seen it, myself included, and been keen on attending.

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#1328513 - 10/05/2015 07:03 Re: Connecting your weather instruments to BoM/Met Office database [Re: teckert]
S.Novaehollandia Offline
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Registered: 18/03/2015
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Originally Posted By: teckert
A pity this wasn't posted in the sa forum, as I reckon a few more would've seen it, myself included, and been keen on attending.


Some indicators on what is able to be TXd would be helpful.
Got the CAT6 and 12VDC power supply in the ground, waiting.

Might be one with the info from the tutorial may post - links would work.

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