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The wireless weather station is shown mounted on the tilting tower. This picture shows the wireless transmitter case with the solar cell, and the moun...
Once everything is spread out and accounted for I installed the batteries in the transmitter and the receiver (console). That allowed me to check th...
My tower (wooden tilting tower) was designed to hold an aluminum pipe mounted in a hole drilled down from the top into the 4x4 wooden tower. The pipe...
Assemble the anemometer with great care, especially when mounting the anemometer cups. The cups will be spinning around many years and it would be no...
Remove the foam insert at the bottom of the module and feed the RJ plug up through the hole and plug it into the anemometer jack. Don't forget to rep...
Remember this is a wireless weather station so as long as the batteries are functioning in the transmitter and in the receiver you should have them ta...
The rain gauge tipping bucket mechanism is a fairly delicate mechanical assembly so treat it accordingly. After releasing the tipping bucket you need...
Once assembled test the rain gauge by observing the reading on the console. At this time double check that every sensor is giving a reading on the co...
When I installed the weather station I needed help to lower the tower but since then I have installed counter weights at the bottom of the tower so th...
The aluminum pipe that extended about 10 feet above the 4x4 tower post, I later decided to shorten the pipe to about 30 inches as I was getting too m...
Two galvanized hex bolts/nuts secure the station to the tower. (I had already installed the plywood mounting base and the polycarbonate sheet on the 4...
After securing the cables and checking everything out we raised the tower to vertical and locked it in place.
Everything is a go - time to check out the weather!
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