A datalogger upgrade to your Davis Vantage Pro2 or Vantage Vue
The Meteobridge NANO is a tiny plug-in device that dramatically extends the features of your Davis Instruments¨ Vantage Pro2 or Vue weather station. The NANO is simply plugged in the expansion connector underneath the cover on the back of the console. When you close the back cover again this upgrade is completely invisible. The NANO adds a full Meteobridge feature set to your weather station setup which includes tons of services you usually need a full PC solution for. The NANO just takes about 1 watt of energy and therefore is dramatically more power efficient than using a PC or even a Raspberry Pi.
The NANO connects as a WiFi client to your WLAN at home and can be administrated by a web browser.
The NANO supports all weather networks supported by the other Meteobridge solutions. Data uploads to the networks listed below can selected in parallel and can be timed down to every few seconds, if the weather network supports that (like rapid-fire with Weather Underground). Apart from silently uploading data to these networks you also get status information how the uploads were doing. This helps a lot in getting an idea how well your station does feed the networks. NANO does tell you the recent sensor data as received from the Davis weather station and gives you the log when data was uploaded fine or with errors to your weather networks of choice.
- Weather Underground
- Weather Underground Camera
- CWOP / APRS
- WOW / WOW NLMetOfficeUK
- Open Weather Map
- Weather Cloud
- Anything Weather
- Cloud Graphing
- Meteobridge Weather CAM
- CaburŽ in Argentina
Personal Web Pages.
The NANO has the Weather34 server built in so live data direct from your device, it can also feed the popular personal weather templates WD-Live, Leuven Template, Saratoga Template, Meteo Template and Home Weather Station with default scripts.
Meteobridge NANO offers the ability to be reached from the Internet by simply ticking a box on the web interface.
SMS / Twitter
Meteobridge NANO can send SMS messages via messagebird and or course to a Twitter account.
Meteobridge NANO connects to your console via serial communication and handles the authentication needed by the newer versions of the Davis console firmware (known as the green dot logger). The NANO allows for some calibration of sensor data on an easy to understand web settings page. While the NANO is directly making use of the data, it can also be connected by your PC weather program via TCP/IP on port 22222 to allow for a direct pass-through to the console. In this mode the NANO acts like a standard Davis logger, but while passing through the data to the PC it also picks the needed pieces of information to feed the services defined in the NANO.
There are so many features built into this device, for the latest information check the Meteobridge NANO website.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
hi ,once configerd can it be disconteced from pc and run to and ethernet port to www. ?
The Meteobridge NANO is configured via WiFi and once configured the computer is no longer needed. The NANO then uses you home WiFi to upload information to the WWW. The Meteobridge NANO rage does not have a physical ethernet port.