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The WH1081 is the same as the WH1080 but lacks the radio controlled clock.
 
The WH1081 is the same as the WH1080 but lacks the radio controlled clock.
  
The WH2081 has buttons.
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The WH2080 has buttons and a radio controlled clock
  
The WH2090 has buttons and a radio controlled clock
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The WH2081 is the same as the WH2080 but lacks the radio controlled clock.
  
The WH1090 is the same as a 1080 but uses a radio frequency of 915MHz instead of 433MHz.
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The WH1090 is the same as a 1080 but uses a radio frequency of 915MHz instead of 433MHz for North America.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:34, 22 December 2012

WeatherCat version 1.1.1 and later offers support for the Fine Offset WH1080/2080 range of stations. These are USB based stations and do not require a USB to serial converter or driver.

To use one of these stations with WeatherCat, please select the WH1080 station driver in the communications setup window.


Brands

These stations are sold under various brand names and part numbers. Some examples include: Ambient Weather WS-1080, WS-1090, WS-2080, Maplin N96GY/FY, Clas Ohlson (36-3242), Watson W-8681, Velleman WS 1080.


Hardware Differences

From a software interface point of view, these stations are the same but the hardware may differ significantly between products.

The WH1080 is a touch screen station with radio controlled clock.

The WH1081 is the same as the WH1080 but lacks the radio controlled clock.

The WH2080 has buttons and a radio controlled clock

The WH2081 is the same as the WH2080 but lacks the radio controlled clock.

The WH1090 is the same as a 1080 but uses a radio frequency of 915MHz instead of 433MHz for North America.

WS1080-1.jpg WH1080 WS2080.jpg WH2080

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