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[aprssig] solar powered digi/wx

James Jefferson Jarvis jj at aprsworld.net
Mon Feb 5 18:08:31 UTC 2007


Hello Peter,

My company builds weather stations. We have many many solar powered weather 
stations around the world. In fact I just got off the phone with someone 
installing one of our weather stations on top of an active volcano in Chile.

There are a few old photos on our customer showcase page:
http://www.aprsworld.com/wind2/applications/

And a few on our new photo gallery:
http://www.aprsworld.com/gallery/

And a few on a product page:
http://www.aprsworld.com/selfcontained/

And many over the years on my personal photo gallery:
http://jamesj.jarviscomputer.com/gallery/wiscoy

I've built many solar weather stations over the last 7 years, so I would be 
happy to help any way I can.

As a shameless plug for my company, our Wind Data Logger 
(http://www.aprsworld.com/wind2/) has native APRS output capabilities. We 
have off-the-shelf sensor options for wind speed, wind direction, 
temperature, relative humidity, and luminosity. We can provide or help you 
with any other sensors you need. You can see KB0THN-12 or K0NY-2 as examples.

-James Jarvis KB0THN

On Monday 05 February 2007 10:42, Peter Maxfield wrote:
> Hello everybody!
>
> Does anyone have any pictures of a solar powered digi or WX station they
> would like to share?  We (the royal "we") are looking into trying to
> develop something similar and would really appreciate tidbits from anyone
> who is willing to share some wisdom!
>
> Thanx in advance!
> Best regards,
> Peter Maxfield, W1LBR-7




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