I have an older Heathkit Weather Station with LED displays (ID-4001) but when I connected a ribbon cable to the data port it made a very large amount of radio interference just by being connected. Maybe the later model with an LCD display and RS-232 interface solved that problem.
U.S. Department of Energy -
Measurement (ARM) Program- Program
El Paso NWS Weather Page - The Weather Calculator Script Files -
World Meteorological Organization -
American Meteorological Society -
NorthEast Media of Atmospheric Science -
Exploratorium - Watching Weather: A Low Pressure Book about High Pressure Systems -
Oxenhope Weather Station Data - An automated weather station used to allow a telescope to determine on it's own if it can look into the night sky! Cloud Sensor -
MIT - Lincoln Labs - Aviation Weather - Overview -
Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services (OFCM) - Publications - Federal Standards for Siting Meteoroligical Sensors at Airports -
National Lightning Safety Institute - Links -
Emergency Digital Information Service (EDIS) - California EDIS Message Archive - the EDIS page was down when I edited this page
Air Force Combat Climatology Center - Air Force Weather Technical Library Links -
Joint Weather Training Facility - at Keesler AFB -
Air Pressure - Height & Temperature - Copyright © 1996-1998 Texas A&M University
Space Weather Aeronomical Responses Model - software package that gets it's inputs form the internet
Robo Weatherman -
1-Button - based on Dallas Semi 1-wire technology (also see Texas Weather)
Allentown Weather Center - Weather Instruments - by Tommy Owens -
American Weather Enterprises -
Amplicon - data loggers
Applied Technologies, Inc. - links - Sonic Anemometers, Hygrometers, Data Collection and Processing, Relaxed Eddy Accumulators (REA), Flux measurment Systems, Radar, and other Meteorological Equipment
Ben Meadows Company - water measers & general outdoor
Boltek - StormTracker detects lightning strikes up to 300 miles away and plots them in real time on a map of your area.(magnetic detection)
Campbell Scientific, Inc. - complete tower type stations
Casella - solarimeter - an other instruments
Data Professionals - Heathkit parts - Heathkit ID-4001 CPU Adapter Board with serial I/O and EEPROM memory
Davis Instruments Corp - WeatherLink Toolbox™ 1.0 (web publishing tool) - Scientific Sales, Inc. - good prices
Dynamax Inc. - plant bio-sensors, plant transpiration measurement, plant bio-productivity and environmental conditions
Exponential Software -
Fascinating Electronics, Inc. - Observer Meteorological Station -
Forest Technology Systems -
FT Technologies Ltd - FT702 Ultrasonic hand held or fixed mounted Anemometer -
General Eastern Instruments - Protimeter - moisture meters
Handar - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor -
Instrumentation météorologique à l'usage -
ISA, the International Society for Measurement and Control. - search results for "METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION" -
IRDAM SA - no moving parts "wet finger" wind speed & direction method- US Patent No 4905513 -
JS Exports (India) - Campbell-Stokes Sunshine recorder
Maximum - WeatherMAX - TriGeo (web tool)
MesoTech International -
Morgan Weather Measurement System - PIC based
NovaLynx - large catalog of weather stuff
Onset - data loggers
Oregon Scientific, Inc. - Weather products - Model WM 918 is carried by Radio Shack as the WX-200 (63-1015) - Parts page -
Paroscientific - pressure & other weather instruments
Questech inc. - makes the Heathkit ID-5001 weather station & has some parts for the other Heathkit weather stations ( http://www.questech-inc.com/ is no longer a valid link, they probably are out of business?)
Peet Bros. -US4969358: Electronic altimeter/barometerPoint Six - Based on Dallas Semiconductor 1- wire technology
US05361633 11/08/1994 Method and apparatus for wind speed and direction measurement
US05231876 08/03/1993 Method and apparatus for wind speed and direction measurement
US05033402 07/23/1991 Metric/English orometer
US05001929 03/26/1991 Electronic altimeter
US04969358 11/13/1990 Electronic altimeter/barometer
RainWise - WS-2000 418 MHz Weather Station -
R. M. Young Co. - 3D ultrasonic wind speed & other weather instruments
Robert White Instruments - more than 40 years as an instrument dealer. Weather & Marine Instruments
Sensor Metrics, Inc.- Environmental Measurement Systems
Stormwise - Home Lightning Detection and Severe Storm Detection
Texas Weather Instruments, Inc. - Manufacturer of Digital Weather Stations - WR25 - Weather View 32 (web tool) -
Tracking The Eye - free trial version
Unofficial Radio Shack WX-200 Electronic Weather Station Support Page -
Vaisala - electronic measurement systems and equipment for meteorology and the environmental sciences, traffic safety and industry
Weather View 32 - Real-time Weather Station Monitoring with Internet Support -$129 to $999 depending on features
WeatherExperts.com - dealer
Yankee Environmental Systems (YES) - Total Sky Imager (TSI-440A) - Ultraviolet Instrumentation -
". . . . The atmosphere and the earth are part of the same system and rotate together, so if everything was static there would be no friction between the atmosphere and the surface of the Earth.However the atmosphere is a fluid and there is unequal heating between the equator and the poles. The unequal heating causes air density and pressure differences, and the atmosphere develops a circulation. Because the Earth is a rotating sphere the motion of these circulations are deflected to preserve angular momentum. The resulting pattern of atmospheric circulation becomes quite complicated.In the simple case of a non rotating Earth air would rise at the equator and descend at the poles, and at the surface of the Earth there would be a pole to equator ward return flow, that is a northerly wind in the northern hemisphere and a southerly in the southern. This would make a single "cell" of circulation equator to pole in both hemispheres.However as the Earth is rotating, rather than one circulation cell, we have three. The full hemisphere cell mentioned above reaches only to about 30° latitude and is called the Hadley cell (Wiki). The rotation of the Earth affects the cell by deflecting the surface return flow to the west in both hemispheres. These are the NE trades of the northern hemisphere and the SE trades of the southern hemisphere.
The other two circulation cells are the Ferrel (Wiki) and the Polar cell (Wiki). The Ferrel Cell runs in the opposite sense to the direct thermally driven Hadley cell, so the surface winds run the opposite way as well, and are deflected in the opposite way. So in the northern hemisphere in the mid-latitudes the average/predominant wind would be a SW wind. However the Ferrel circulation is much more complicated than this simple picture suggests, and there are flows both north and south, though both are generally from the west."
-------Cheers, Hank Australia Bureau of Meteorology ------------
|There was a problem getting the indoor unit
to synchronize with the new outdoor unit.
The solution is to remove all the batteries and let both units sit for at least 10 minutes, the:
1) install 4 AA batteries in the indoor unit and then press and hold RESET for a few seconds.
2) install a charged AAA battery in the outdoor unit and press and hold RESET for a few seconds.
You can see in photo at left that the indoor unit is showing the temp and humidity of Channel 1 (the remote).
Now to mount the remote outside where it will get some Sun.
Campbell Stokes Sunshine Recorder
- Casella CEL - Wiki -
Eppley (Model 2) Precision Pyranometer, Model PSP covers 285 to 2800 nanometers.
SkyScan Severe Thunderstorm Detector
Pilot Baloon (Pibal) theodolites - to follow balloons.
Radiosonde (Wiki) -
see my SkyScan Severe Thunderstorm
Detector web page
3753117 Severe weather warning device, Downing G, Mcewen T, Weather Watch Corp, Aug 14, 1973, 73/170.24, 340/515, 324/72, 340/601, 340/693.1 - distance not direction
4023408 Stormscope, Paul A. Ryan, Nicholas Spitzer, May 17, 1977, 73/170.24, 324/72 - aircraft instrument WX-7 was the first in a series.
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