Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

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Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

Post by Leon » Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:37 am

I have gone through several previous posts on this forum but I am still uncertain about Meteobridge Pro being able to read data from logger in case of a power failure.(Davis data logger) :roll:
The Meteohub seems to be able to do that.
Any chance of having such a feature on the Meteobridge Pro...so in the event of a power failure one would be able to recover the stored data from the data logger.

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Re: Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

Post by admin » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:49 am

This is currently not supported and not planned any time soon.

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Re: Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

Post by Wessel » Thu Jan 25, 2018 1:31 pm

So, the only way that I wouldn't have loose of data in case of power failure would be with the Meteobridge Pro connected to a nobreak?

If Meteobridge is turned off, will not recover the data storege in Weatherlink USB, in the case of Meteobridge Pro black?

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Re: Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

Post by admin » Thu Jan 25, 2018 8:16 pm

right.

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Re: Meteobridge Pro and Davis data logger

Post by Mattk » Fri Jan 26, 2018 5:34 am

Considering the logger data is relative to the user set archive interval, memory (and reliant on the backup capacity time wise) is not what the MBP reads anyway making logger data non standard. The best way to ensure the power situation scenario is to provide primary UPS to handle the expected outages, nothing can necessarily cover power outages 100% of the time relative to the logger archive.

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