Davis WeatherLink Live 6100
Manufacturer Davis Instruments
Davis WeatherLink Live 6100
Live weather streaming from Davis Instruments
WeatherLink Live is the easiest, fastest and most reliable way to stream weather data to the cloud without the need of the a weather station console or a computer. The device collects data from a up to 8 Davis transmitters and sends the information to Davis WeatherLink Cloud automatically via ethernet or Wi-Fi. The current weather conditions can be remotely monitored from any computer, tablet and smartphone. WeatherLink Live can also store up to 180 days of weather data in its internal backup memory.
WeatherLink Live can receive data from any combination of up to 8 Davis transmitters located within a distance of 300 meters, including:
- Vantage Vue integrated sensor suites.
- Wireless Vantage Pro2 integrated sensor suites.
- Wireless sensor transmitters with up to 5 sensors.
- Wireless agricultural stations with up to 10 sensors.
Online data monitoring
Uploading your weather data to the Internet has never been simpler. WeatherLink Live does all the work, sending it directly to the WeatherLink 2.0 cloud service, so you do not need to have a computer, programming skills or to spend money on having your own website. The weather data can be monitored in real time from anywhere in the world through the WeatherLink website or mobile app. Data posted on WeatherLink Cloud can be shared with family, friends, weather enthusiasts or customers, as well as on the most popular weather networks like Weather Cloud and CWOP.
- Effortless setup via Bluetooth from the Davis WeatherLink app on your smart phone or tablet.
- Built-in atmospheric pressure and inside temperature and humidity sensors.
- Connection to smart irrigation systems and other IoT devices.
- Compatibility with Amazon Alexa.
- Battery backup during power outage.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Having used a Weatherlink USB logger connected to a computer for a number of years, using a Vantage Pro 2, I now have an extensive archive of historic data. Unfortunately Davis have pulled the plug on Mac support for this set-up so it doesn't work now. Does the Davis Weatherlink Live store data anywhere apart from in its own 180 day memory that can be accessed for historic records? Does this also give any measurements of conditions for where the device is located, i.e. indoors, like my existing VP2 display that shows both external and internal measurements?
Yes, WeatherLink Live uploads data to the WeatherLink.com data network and for a small fee historical graphs and reports can be created. The upload is carried out over your own WiFi so you can view your data remotely on a PC, tablet or smart phone.
Your existing data can also be uploaded to the WeatherLink Live network so historical records are not lost.
The WeatherLink Live device has a barometric pressure sensor, temperature and humidity sensor built in so that these readings are also available from the devices location - the same as a standard console.
I have a Vantage pro2 which I brought in from the USA quite a few years ago. Will this work with my unit using US frequencies for packet transmission?
No, this is a UK speific model and will only received data from European transmitters. The UK product also has a UK power supply included which would not be something available from an import.