- View Your Data on the Web
Easily View Your Weather Data on the Web
WeatherLink.com is Davis’s global weather network with thousands of weather stations reporting. Each reporting station has its own page on the site and is shown on the map as a temperature-color-coded dot that makes it easy to see temperatures worldwide. Click on a dot to see current weather conditions for that station. Each WeatherLink.com account also includes a private page with enough storage capacity to store up to two years’ worth of weather data.
Adding your station to of the WeatherLink Network is as simple as “plug-and-play”—no web skills needed! Simple configuration steps are required to upload to third-party sites or set e-mail alert conditions.
Want to keep your data for your own records? Download your data from WeatherLink.com to use all the graphing and reporting features of the WeatherLink Software.
Three Ways to Join the WeatherLink Network
You can post your weather data directly to WeatherLink.com without a PC using WeatherLinkIP. WeatherLinkIP uploads your data automatically even when your PC is not running—in fact, a PC is not even required to upload data!
WeatherLink Network Subscription
Makes any Davis weather station with a USB or Serial data logger into a WeatherLink.com station. With the annual subscription, your weather data is automatically uploaded to WeatherLink.com as long as your computer is on, and the software is running.
A WeatherLink Network page is included with the purchase of the Vantage Connect.
On WeatherLink.com you can:
- Automatically upload data to third-party weather sites including CWOP (Citizen Weather Observer Program), Weather Underground, the GLOBE Program and more.
- Get e-mail alerts of current weather conditions or simple alarm conditions.
- Download the data to your PC for all the same powerful charting, graphing and analysis of WeatherLink software. Extra User License Kits allow you to download the data independently to multiple PCs—ideal for schools, agriculture, scientific fieldwork and remote locations.
- Store four times the data that can be stored on your data logger alone.
- View your data on the WeatherLink.com map or your iPhone or Android app.
- Allow others to view your current weather data, or flag your page as private
- View Your Data on Your Computer
Your weather data, your computer. What could be better?
Create graphs, calculate totals and averages, analyze trends, and more—all with your own weather database.
The WeatherLink data logger fits neatly into the weather station console or Weather Envoy, storing data even when it’s not connected to your PC. Data loggers are not interchangeable. Be sure to choose the right version for your station.
Updates for WeatherLink software and firmware are available for downloading at no charge from Weather Support (Software Tab).
More Weather Data. View weather information not available on the console, including heating/cooling degree days and fuel-oil demand.
Optional Sensor Reporting. With optional UV and solar radiation sensors, get details on sunburn risk and solar energy.
Sharing Your Weather Data
Create Your Own Reports. Data can be exported to most popular spreadsheets, databases and word processing programs.
Weather Website. Create a weather website or post weather conditions to a LAN. Add graphs, text lines or scrolling ticker-tapes, and upload other files (such as webcam images) along with weather data.
Citizen Weather Observer Program. Submit your data to the National Weather Service to help develop improved weather prediction models.
The GLOBE Program. Participate with other elementary through high schools in an international weather-related program.
Data Storage & Transfer
User-Selectable Storage Interval. Choose 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 or 120 minutes. Store up to six months’ worth of data depending on the storage interval.
WeatherLink Models with Standard Data Logger. Log and store data, even when the data logger is not connected to your PC. Transfer the data as often as you like, or leave the software running to transfer itautomatically each day.
Internet Protocol (IP) Model. Upload your weather data to the Internet within minutes. No web skills required—WeatherLinkIP does all the work for you!
Alarm Output & Irrigation Control Models. Both include our standard data logger plus a connector block that allows you to connect to your irrigation system, or to a heater, fan or other device.
Streaming Data Logger Models. Provide a continuous stream of data to a PC or to a ham radio with a TNC modem.
Choose your WeatherLink
|Features||WeatherLinkIP™ (6555)||WeatherLink® USB (6510USB)||WeatherLink Serial (6510SER)||WeatherLink for APRS (6540)||WeatherLink for MacWeatherLink® OS X (6520)||WeatherLink for Alarm Output (6544)||WeatherLink for Irrigation Control (6560)|
|Automatic or manual data download to computer||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|Ability to use add-on modules for extended capabilities||yes||yes||yes||yes||false||yes||yes|
|Expanded reporting: view information not available on the console||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|Free online personal weather page & data hosting||yes||false||false||false||false||false||false|
|Data upload options||Uploads to WeatherLink.com automatically||Uploads through TNC modem for instant transmission via APRS||Once set up, automatically communicates with electrical devices.||Once set up, automatically interfaces with irrigation controller|
|View your data on free Davis apps||yes||false||false||false||false||false||false|
|Automatically send data to Weather Underground, Globe, and CWOP||yes||false||false||false||false||false||false|
|System Requirements||Windows, Internet service and router||Windows, USB port||Windows, serial port||Windows, serial port||Mac OS X or above||Windows, serial port||Windows, serial port|