Month: January 2012

Running the network cable for the Anemometer

Those who know me, know I don’t like doing things properly, so it was only natural that the Anemometer for my weather station was wired rather than using an RF link such as an XBee and a solar panel. I

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Earthing the Anemometer Pole

Once you’ve gone to the effort to install a six metre high Lightning Conductor in the middle of a paddock, you probably want to give it a good earth connection before wiring it into your home network. I have a

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Installing the La Crosse TX20 Anemometer

Over the christmas period I managed to find the time to start installing the equipment for my Weather station. I purchased a La Crosse TX20 Anemometer back in July 2011, but it’s been sitting in a box waiting to be

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Honey Harvest

Happy new year! I did a very small (single frame) honey harvest on about the 17th December to get a couple of jars of honey for xmas gifts. I would have done more, but there was only one frame of

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