Velleman WS3080 (Wireless Weather Station, Solar, USB)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The wireless weather station Velleman WS3080 can be connected via USB to a PC and can be used under Linux with the open source software WeeWX (http://weewx.com).
This Python program can read out the data of the weather station, store them and create charts and HTML web pages out of them.
The source code of weewx can be downloaded at Sourceforge.net. There are pre-configured DEB files files for Debian, Ubuntu or Linux Mint based distributions, which can be installed by
sudo dpkg -i weewx_X.Y.Z-R.deb
The data collected by the weather station can be stored in a sqlite or in a MySQL data base. In this way, other programs can access these data for further processing.
Detailed description of the configuration of WeeWX can be found at http://weewx.com/docs.html.
creation date: 08/05/2014, last update: 18/05/2014 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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