The Weather Word™ connected to the Davis Instruments Weather Monitor II™ configuration represents a way to quickly get telephone answering capability for your Weather Monitor II weather station. The Weather Word comes specifically set up for the Weather Monitor II. To get the system up and answering the telephone, all you need to do is plug it together and supply power.
Weather Word™ Connected to the
Davis Instruments Weather Monitor II™
The Weather Word connects directly to any US telephone line. Plug it into the phone line just as you would an extension telephone or an answering machine.
Weather Word connects to the Davis Instruments Weather Monitor II using the Weather Link™ data logger. The Weather Link is installed in the base of the Weather Monitor II unit. Then serial output of the Weather Link is connected via a serial cable to the Weather Word. Readouts on the display of the Weather Monitor II are directly translated and stored in the Weather Word. The Weather Word is configured to report wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, inside and outside temperature, outside relative humidity, barometric pressure and dew point. You can also report inside relative humidity by reconfiguring one of the eight channels. Replacement sensors and parts are available from Adaptive Engineering, for pricing click here.
Note that you cannot use the Weather Link PC software when the Weather Word is connected to the Weather Link. However the Weather Link PC software is designed so that it can be disconnected from the Weather Monitor II for extended periods of time. When reconnected, all the missed data is downloaded, bringing the PC software logs up to date. So you can leave the Weather Word connected to the interface most of the time, and then reconnect it to the PC when you want to use the Weather Link software.
This version of Weather Word also supports the direct to sensors connection configuration. If the serial link is not detected by the Weather Word when it is activated, it automatically switches to the direct to sensors mode. The sensors that plug into the Davis Instruments Weather Monitor II can be directly plugged into the Weather Word. Some setup changes are necessary.
Power for Weather Word is supplied by the AC adapter. If you run the device on batteries it draws approximately 30 mA (the exact amount depends on the instruments you select) at any input voltage from 9 through 20 volts DC. It is possible to run the Weather Monitor II on batteries, consult Davis Instruments for the details.
Weather Word is supplied with a manual, an RJ-11 telephone line, a 2.1
mm power plug with wires, RS232 interface cable, and an AC adapter.
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