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werk_ag [WeatherDuino Receivers - Comparison Chart]
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werk_ag [Custom Box for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS and Pro2 Compact receivers]
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   * Small size, robust and compact construction. Supplied ready to use (after initial programming).   * Small size, robust and compact construction. Supplied ready to use (after initial programming).
  
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 +===== Which WeatherDuino receiver is best for me? =====
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 +All WeatherDuino receivers emulate the Davis Vantage Pro communication protocol, and receive data from the same WeatherDuino Pro2 Transmitter units. The main difference between these systems is the Receiver capabilities,​ which is related to the hardware used in each of them. Below is a brief description of each system. For a more detailed info on each model, please read the Wikis of each model.
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 +**[[:​pro2_receiver|WeatherDuino Pro2]]**
 +  * This receiver uses an Arduino Nano as microcontroller.
 +  * Weather data is shown on an 20×4 LCD display, not a color TFT display.
 +  * The receiver does not establish a direct connection to Internet, which means you need to keep it connected to a computer (PC or Raspberry Pi) running Cumulus (CumulusMX or any other weather software), even if you only want to upload data to Wunderground.
 +  * This model cannot receive data from WeatherDuino Air Quality Monitor devices.
 +  * Compatible with 4Pro Wireless Display units (RF Mode).
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 +**[[:​pro2_plus_receiver|WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS]]**
 +  * This receiver uses a more powerful AT Mega 2560 microcontroller,​ installed in a removable Meduino Mega2560 Pro Mini module.
 +  * Weather data is shown on a 2.8" colour TFT display. Navigation between the available data screens is done by touch.
 +  * The receiver includes an WiFi module (ESP8266) allowing it to establish direct connection to the Internet via an existing WiFi access point. This capability allows direct data upload to Wunderground without the need to connect to other equipment.
 +  * It is also possible to use a USB connection to a computer (PC or Raspberry Pi) running any weather software.
 +  * Can receive data from WeatherDuino Air Quality Monitor devices, and upload them to WU, ThingSpeak or even your own server.
 +  * Compatible with 4Pro Wireless Display units (RF and WiFi mode).
 +  * Has a useful mini web-server which can be accessed from anywhere on your local network, allowing a quick visualization of all weather data, including the state of the Transmitter Units.
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 +**[[:​pro2_compact_receiver|WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact]]**
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 +This is the newest member of the WeatherDuino receiver family and was released in May 2018. It is supplied ready assembled and is the easiest to use of all the WeatherDuino receivers.
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 +  * Very fast operation, due to its 32 bit 80Mhz microcontroller.
 +  * Supplied fully assembled including the TFT display, Barometric and Temperature / Humidity sensors ([[https://​www.bosch-sensortec.com/​bst/​products/​all_products/​bmp280|BOSCH BME280]])
 +  * Support accent characters on the user interface.
 +  * Compatible with 4Pro Wireless Display units (WiFi mode).
 +  * Low power consumption (less than 250mA peak) allows it to be powered directly from the computer USB connection, or when is stand-alone mode, by any micro-USB phone charger.
 +  * Small size, robust and compact construction. Supplied ready to use (after initial programming).
  
 ===== Custom Box for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS and Pro2 Compact receivers ===== ===== Custom Box for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS and Pro2 Compact receivers =====
  
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-A member of the WeatherDuino Team (Jarek from Poland) has designed custom cases for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS and Pro2 Compact receivers.\\ +A member of the WeatherDuino Team (Jarek from Poland) has designed custom cases for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS and Pro2 Compact receivers. \\ Anyone with a 3D printer can print it at home, or order it through any of the several 3D print services available online. \\ The required files are freely available for download. \\ WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS: [[https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3137127|https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3137127]] ​\\ 
-Anyone with a 3D printer can print it at home, or order it through any of the several 3D print services available online.\\ +WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact: ​[[https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3210539|https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3210539]] 
-The required files are freely available for download.\\ + 
-WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS:  https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3137127\\ +New Version: WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact / Wireless Weather Display: [[https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​4161865|https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​4161865]]
-WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact: ​ https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​3210539\\+
  
 Note: The WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact box can also be used for the [[https://​wiki.weatherduino.com/​wireless_display_units|WifI Wireless Display]] units Note: The WeatherDuino Pro2 Compact box can also be used for the [[https://​wiki.weatherduino.com/​wireless_display_units|WifI Wireless Display]] units
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