meteohub to meteobridge

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lacouste
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meteohub to meteobridge

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hello I have the meteohub with the following functions

Kernel Linux: 4.4.27 2000 BogoMIPS, 947 MB RAM, Raspberry PI Model 3
MeteoHub: 5.1e (Build 277) © 2020 by smartbedded GmbH
System ID: SgqIaoZ3 enabled
i saw that meteohub was no longer updated i would like to know that it is the detailed way to pass on meteobridge thank you good day
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Re: meteohub to meteobridge

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If your question is whether you can import your old data from your meteohub into a new Meteobridge, the answer is yes, but only if you purchase either a Meteobridge Pro or Meteobridge Nano SD ( which requires a Davis Vantage Pro 2 Weather Station for the installation of the Nano SD )
Here are the instructions for the transfer from the wiki https://www.meteobridge.com/wiki/index.php/PRO_Tutorial
Data Import
Meteobridge PRO and NANO SD allow to import data in various formats. In order to import data it needs you the locate the files in the PC network folder "import" on the Meteobridge. This is needed as the import can take quite some time and the browser session will not be able to feed the data for longer time periods.


An easy way to upload the import file onto the Meteobridge might be to browse to "http://ip-of-your-meteobridge/upload.html". Being there you can do the upload to the "import" folder with a few clicks in your browser.


Meteohub Raw
this options allows to import the monthly raw data files from your Meteohub system to be imported. You find the files in the folder "/Data/weather/YYYYMM" folder, where YYYY defines the year and MM the month. Inside the folder you find a file named "raw" which holds the data for the selected month.

If you want to switch your current RPi running Meteohub to Meteobridge you can also do that. You’ll loose all of your old data and need to purchase one of the recommended SLT memory micro SD cards, download and install the Meteobridge RPi image from the website and flash the card with the image using Balena Etcher software. Then boot and configure the software as the wiki instructions provide. You’ll have to purchase a new license ( which must be renewed every 2 years ).
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Re: meteohub to meteobridge

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ok thanks for your answer
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