You need two keys and the station-id as described Find your weathercloud station
You enter the two keys there => click on “Go to find my station number”
Then you enter the two keys plus the station number in easyweather and select “API - Weatherlink Cloud v2”
See attached screenshots
What I would like is that the information that the Davis weather station has gathered throughout the day and that the Meteobridge NANO transmits to various sites also becomes visible on my site. The situation now is that NANO passes the information on to WU and that WU returns it to my (EasyWeather) site. And there is no high-low information in it. I think the WLL should have thatâ€¦ at least weatherlink.com doesâ€¦
No, weatherlink.com v2API => your WLL-device does not have high-lows
The weatherlink.com v1API, as used by ip-loggers , wifilogger a.o. still has high-lows
But I was not impressed by that WLL anyway because it now sends data to CWOP, but for other sites I still need that NANO ... apparently.
weatherlink.com website does the uploading to CWOP, GLOBE and WeatherUnderground, if you instruct that on the wl.com website.
The WLL device only uploads to weatherlink.com. And answers local request from meteobridge,weatherdisplay, cumulusmx your browser
But maybe also misunderstood by me ... and is that machine capable of doing much more. :oops:
But it may be that as a newbie I misunderstand. I don't know the data stream. This also applies to the reatime.txt or realtimeMB.txt or realtime.htx files. Do they come from or do they go to the various (NANO or WLL) instruments?
The meteobridge-nano is a device which listens to your (mulriple) weatherstation(s) and weather-related devices (AQ-sensors)
Same as most modern weather-programs do. They all store that data, compute high-lows .
Most weather-programs, also the nano, are able to upload to multiple weather-networks, such as WeatherUnderground a.s.o. They only need the keys/ID's etc. to upload as they [b]know[/b] what data and what format is needed by all (20+) networks one can upload to. You are also uploading to pwsweather, so it should already be clear how to do that.
All weather-programs, including the nano, can upload to one or more private station websites. Like http://www.bdepoel.nl/
On that website you can install 1 or more weather-websites. Build your own or use a template such as PWS_Dashboard.
Those templates and the weather-program need to instruct each other which weather-items and in which sequence, format a.s.o. the data need to be uploaded. Therefor you have to tell Meteobridge-Nano
[li]which template file it has to read every x minutes[/b][/li]
[li]to process that file [b] which means translating weather-keys like “%current-temperature%” to the real value[/li]
[li]what upload protocol it has to use (FTP, SFTP, HTTP)[/li]
[li]to what website and in what folder it has to store that information[/li][/ol]
But as my native language is Dutch, such as yours, I need to use Google and all this cost considerabel extra time.
There is a large Meteobridge website explaining all this more in detail Home - meteobridge
(By the way I can't open the site you mentioned Weatherlink34. (Forbidden))
Did you try your phone with 4G, or another computer or even another browser?
That is a normal website, reachable by all https://weather34.com/homeweatherstation/
P.S. The Dutch “hetweeractueel” website has all kind of Meteobridge discussions. Please join Forumoverzicht - Het weer, actueel weer van alle weerstations