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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.
--
Jason

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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