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Re: Question on using Debian with Davis weather station data loggers

Thanks for your replies, Phil and Bob. This will give me something to
get started with.

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 10:04:42AM -0400, Bob Weber wrote:
> I have a Davis Vantage Pro2 up since 2008 and I am using weewx (since 2013)
> running on debian installed in vm.  It saves data in sqlite data files which can
> be converted to other data file types if needed.  I wrote some python programs
> to convert the data (including the time data to human readable format) to
> postgressql and display in customized graphs.  There is a user base to help you
> through any problems.  It can update placed like wunderground and produces its
> own customizable html pages for  viewing data on a web site (see mine at
> weather.skyeweb.com).  It also supports several other brands of stations.  I use
> a ip logger connected to an envoy so all my data is transferred over my
> network.  My Davis console can then be placed anywhere without having to be near
> a computer.
> *...Bob*
> On 7/12/17 10:07 PM, Jason wrote:
> > I have a Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station and would like to get a
> > data logger for it but I'm not sure what it would take to retrieve the
> > data with Linux. They have a USB version and a Serial version data
> > logger available, both packaged with either Windows or Mac software.
> >
> > I'd be curious if anyone on here has any recommendations for which
> > version would be most compatible with Linux and what is needed to make
> > it work. All I want is to be able to retrieve the data (maybe in
> > CSV format?) so I can import to a spreadsheet.
> >
> > Thanks.

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