WeatherLink Live - SKU 6100
Davis WeatherLink Live allows you to stream live weather data from your weather station to the WeatherLink Cloud. Since WeatherLink Live uploads your data via your Wi-Fi, you can see updates on your phone as they happen. It is the perfect solution for professionals, classrooms, and others who want to be a part of the WeatherLink network. You can access your data via any smartphone or computer. Weatherlink Live can receive and upload data from up to 8 Vantage Vue or Vantage Pro2 sensor suites weather stations, or other Davis transmitting stations, in any combination.
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- Stream live weather data over Wi-Fi to the WeatherLink Cloud: see updates on your smartphone as they happen when the phone and WeatherLink Live are on the same local network.
- Access and securely share your current data on WeatherLink.com and the WeatherLink app; upgrade to Pro or Pro+ to archive and analyze your historic data.
- One WeatherLink Live can collect data from 80+ sensors in up to 8 transmitters in any combination.
- Collects data from Vantage Vue and Vantage Pro2 sensor suite weather stations, Sensor Transmitters, and Leaf Moisture & Soil Moisture Stations.
- Ask Alexa or Google Assistant about your weather.
- Never lose data: internal auxiliary memory and redundant battery backup.
- Industry-leading transmission range of 1,000’/300 m from transmitter to WeatherLink Live.
- Effortless setup using your phone’s Bluetooth function.
- No Wi-Fi? No problem. Comes with Ethernet cable.
- Includes barometer, inside temperature/humidity sensor, AC-adapter and power cable, and optional Ethernet cable.
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How do I connect to WeatherLink Live?
Connecting your Vantage Vue or Vantage Pro2 system to WeatherLink Live, and WeatherLink Live to the internet is easy. You will need a WiFi or router Ethernet connection, a smartphone, and 4 AA batteries. The first thing to do is to install the WeatherLink app on your phone, open the app, and log in by creating your free account.
Next, plug your WeatherLink Live into AC power, and install batteries for backup.The blue LED will start to flash. Make sure your phone’s Bluetooth is turned on and it is near the WeatherLink Live. Follow the prompts on the WeatherLink app to connect your WeatherLink Live to the internet. The LED will go solid when the phone is connected to the internet.
Next you will set up your WeatherLink Live’s name and location by following the prompts. Then, you’ll choose your upload mode: Wi-Fi or Ethernet. For Wi-Fi, you’ll enter your network password and tap Connect. Finally, you’ll set up your transmitting station or stations -- the transmitting station or stations to which the WeatherLink Live will “listen.” The app will walk you through all the steps.
You will see your station’s current condition data on the app and on WeatherLink.com within a few minutes.
How does Davis WeatherLink Live work?
The system works by collecting readings from sensors located on your Vantage Vue or Vantage Pro2 weather stations, or any other Davis transmitting station. (For example, you can set up a temperature/humidity sensor, installed in a Davis Sensor Transmitter, in your basement. It will report to the WeatherLink Live along with your station’s sensor suite data.) The WeatherLink Live can receive data from up to 8 different transmitters.
How do I install WeatherLink?
Your WeatherLink Live can be placed anywhere inside with access to AC power and within the transmission range of the transmitting station or stations (up to 1,000'/300 m). You can install the Davis WeatherLink app by searching for it in the iOS App Store or Google Play Store on your phone.
How often does WeatherLink Live update?
Data for each parameter is sent from the sensor to the WeatherLink Live at different intervals. For example, wind speed is updated every 2.5 minutes as it can change very quickly. Rainfall, which changes a little more slowly, updates every 10 seconds, and barometer, which changes more slowly than either wind or rain, every minute. When your WeatherLink Live and your phone are on the same Wi-Fi network, you will see updates of your current data on your phone as they happen. When not on the same Wi-Fi network, the app updates current conditions every minute.