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  #2546963 21-Aug-2020 12:24
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rp1790:

Aliexpress also sells them a bit cheaper for a little over $200 with shipping at https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32884771132.html?spm=a2g0o.cart.0.0.743e3c00rFOSXB&mp=1

 

 

I noticed that that one claims UV alongside the usual readings, has anyone tested the UV on those? Some of the cheap Chinese "UV" meters measure light intensity and then report that as UV, meaning they assume that a certain amount of light is made up of UV and give that as the UV reading. You can test it indoors to see if you get a UV reading.

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  #2548348 23-Aug-2020 18:02
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I purchased an Ecowitt HP2551 from Amazon Australia about 15 months ago. Picked up a couple of addition sensors direct from Ecowitt for around US$12 each. It's a great unit and the Ecowitt.net website is very good.


 
 
 
 


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  #2548856 24-Aug-2020 16:01
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Lewk:

 

I purchased an Ecowitt HP2551 from Amazon Australia about 15 months ago. Picked up a couple of addition sensors direct from Ecowitt for around US$12 each. It's a great unit and the Ecowitt.net website is very good.

 

 

Ecowitt are another Fine Offset brand - units are mostly the same as other FO brands but Ecowitt tend to use different model numbers - even though the models are often identical

 

edit: most fine offset models (excluding Ambient Weather if I'm not mistaken) are capable of feeding to ecowitt.net


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