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 71 
 on: February 18, 2013, 10:44:45 PM 
Started by Bill W - Last post by Budgie
Mine was 1095mm, which was well down on the 1226mm form 2011.

 72 
 on: February 18, 2013, 09:00:15 PM 
Started by Bill W - Last post by Bill W
Hi,
There's been a few programs on the TV recently about the rainfalls last year.
What totals did people get last year?
My total was 1215.5mm
cheers,
Bill.

 73 
 on: January 30, 2013, 03:39:02 PM 
Started by sandy - Last post by skyewright
75mph gusts last night at around 8pm'ish.
Similar peak here , but 2 hours earlier.

 74 
 on: January 30, 2013, 09:54:57 AM 
Started by sandy - Last post by sandy
75mph gusts last night at around 8pm'ish.
I'll get the plumber to look at these plugs as in a previous life he was a Navy mechanic/ engineer.

 75 
 on: January 21, 2013, 03:15:50 PM 
Started by Budgie - Last post by Budgie
An update on EWN, Henkka and I have been working together and you can now join both networks from the one Join form.  Cheesy

There is now the option on the SCWN join form to also have your station details sent to the EWN and, likewise, the EWN join form has the same option for SCWN & UKWN.

Note: This facility is only open to new members.
If current members of SCWN wish to join the EWN as well then either fill in the EWN online join form or let me know and I will pass your details on to Henkka.

Martin.

 76 
 on: January 10, 2013, 08:35:19 PM 
Started by sandy - Last post by sandy
Thanks for that, as you can see I'm feeling my way somewhat.

 77 
 on: January 10, 2013, 05:24:59 PM 
Started by sandy - Last post by skyewright
the plug on the cable will fit into either, I have used the small plug hole in the tester then the slightly larger hole
Best to only use the larger hole for plugs that are too big for the smaller hole.

 78 
 on: January 09, 2013, 10:16:07 PM 
Started by sandy - Last post by sandy
The plugs I got from Maplin are FCC68 6P 4C which I believe are RJ11 although it doesn't say it on the packet, when I went to get the first lot of plugs/ cable I went into Maplin with one of the WS-2350 cables with the factory fitted plugs attatched and I have been getting these plugs as these are ones they gave me,which I hope are the correct ones  Wink I was looking this evening to try and see which plugs go with this weather station but can't see mention of them.
The old cable/ plugs still works but there is a poor connection somewhere as when you move the cable the signal stops, hence the new cable.I am doing what they are saying in the link/ instructions above. The plugs on the new cable look ok although it's not working, the ones I put on first appeared ok, I replaced them both and they look fine but are still not working, they are lighting up the lights in the tester.

 79 
 on: January 07, 2013, 02:42:38 PM 
Started by sandy - Last post by Budgie
The RJ11 plug has 4 terminals, RJ12 (U.S. version) has 6 and the RJ45 has 8 terminals.
The RJ11/12 will fit into the receiver for an RJ45 and looking at the numbers which come up then I assume you have the RJ11.

There's a good tutorial on fitting the connectors here: http://www.leadsdirect.co.uk/tutorials/modulartutorial.html
Make sure which you need for the station, straight through or crossover, as the wiring on the plugs is different and will give different results.  Wink

 80 
 on: January 07, 2013, 11:50:26 AM 
Started by sandy - Last post by sandy
I'm not having much luck over here.
I have put new plugs on either end of the new cable and put the cable tester on it, there are 2 plug holes on the tester ( Maplin RJ45 & RJ11 Network Cable Tester ) and the plug on the cable will fit into either, I have used the small plug hole in the tester then the slightly larger hole and it lights up 4 lights in either case, ie nos 2, 3, 4, 5 at either end, when the other plug hole is used it is for example 3,4,5,6, when I have moved the plug of the cable tester part outside I would move it on the main part inside
When the new plug/cable is plugged into the console there are 3 dashes in the windspeed with no direction and no outdoor temp and humidity, there is a cloud symbol working, time and pressure, however the the latter 3 are there when the cable's not plugged in to the console.
I have cut the last plug off the cable and left a tail of cable that I could send to someone for their inspection incase I am doing something wrong. 
Just to see if there is any difference I pugged the old cable in ( but the plugs dont grip the cable properly as they are too small for the cable), and I'm getting an Outdoor temp of 48.7F, Humidity 93 and windspeed of 0.8 and wind direction ( hardly any breeze at present ), so am I to deduce that there is a fault with the new cable/plugs ?

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