Davis Vue Weather Station Manual

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    • A local weather station provides an overview of the weather in your area, but this might not reflect the microclimate in your backyard.
  • Installing the Console

    • Accurate, reliable weather monitoring with real-time data updates every 2.5 seconds. Self-contained, easy-to-install system includes sensor suite and console. Industry-leading transmission range of 1,000’/300 m from the sensor suite to the console.
    • Console’s innovative Weather Center displays weather variables over the last 25 days, and more information on each variable.
    • Pair with a data collection product to access data anywhere, anytime, with WeatherLink Cloud. "Change in weather since yesterday” feature allows comparison of temperature and barometric pressure from day to day.
  • Using Your Weather Station

    • Here are some of the most frequently asked questions people have about the Davis Vantage Vue line of weather stations. Davis Vantage Vue is a state-of-the-art weather station that provides local, real-time weather data.
      • The Vantage Vue line is designed to help those who need to know what the weather is in their own backyard instead of regional averages provided by local news sources.
      • The best part about the Vantage Vue is that you can upload and access your data remotely using a Wi-Fi connection by adding a WeatherLink Live to your system.
    • First, install the WeatherLink mobile app on your phone and create a free WeatherLink.com account. With your phone’s Bluetooth on and the phone near the WeatherLink Live, tap the Account Icon in the upper right corner.
      • The app will walk you through powering up and connecting your WeatherLink Live and setting up the Vantage Vue sensor suite to transmit to the WeatherLink Live.
      • Click Share & Uploads, then click Upload, and Add Upload. Choose Weather Underground from the pull-down menu, then enter your station ID and Key.
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    • The battery should last several years, depending on solar charging.
    • The console will indicate when battery power is low, on either the sensor suite or console. To replace the 3-volt lithium battery on the sensor suite, open the battery compartment on the bottom of the sensor suite.
      • The Vantage Vue weather station console does not have a reset button. To reset it, remove all power sources, both the AC-power cord and batteries.
      • FCC Part 15 Class B Registration Warning. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
      • This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
      • If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:.
      • •Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. •Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
      • Changes or modification not expressly approved in writing by Davis Instruments may void the warranty and void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
      • EC EMC Compliance. This product complies with the essential protection requirements of the EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC; Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC; and Eco-Design Directive 2005/32/EC >0.5 watt no-load adaptor.
      • Document Part Number: 07395.261. F, August 22, 2013.
      • And Vantage Vue Weather Stations #6250, 6357. Vantage Vue® and Vantage Pro2™ are trademarks of Davis Instruments Corp., Hayward, CA.
      • All rights reserved. Davis Instruments Quality Management System is ISO 9001 certified.
      • 3465 Diablo Avenue, Hayward, CA 94545-2778 U.S.A. 510-732-9229 • Fax: 510-732-9188 E-mail: [email protected] • www.davisnet.com.
      • Welcome to Vantage Vue .................................................
      • In This Manual ...................................................... Vantage Vue System Installation Steps ....................................
      • Powering the Console ................................................. Installing Batteries ...................................................
      • Console Location .................................................... Table & Shelf Placement ..............................................
      • Using Your Weather Station .............................................. Console Modes ......................................................
      • Setup Mode Commands ............................................... Screen 1: Time & Date ................................................
      • Screen 3: Daylight Saving Settings ....................................... Screen 4: Daylight Saving Status ........................................
      • Screen 6: Configuring Transmitter IDs .................................... Screen 7: Retransmit .................................................
    • Screen 10: Elevation ................................................. Screen 11: Barometric Reduction Setting .................................
      • Screen 13: Rain Collector ............................................. Screen 14: Rain Season ...............................................
    • Screens 17 and 18: Commentary and Key Beep ............................ Screen 19: Baud Rate (Optional) .......................................
      • Clear All Command ................................................. Current Weather Mode ...............................................
      • Displaying Weather Variables ......................................... Time & Date, Sunrise & Sunset Time, Moon Phase, Forecast Icons ............
      • Inside and Outside Temperature ........................................ Humidity ..........................................................
      • Pressure Trend ...................................................... Wind Chill .........................................................
      • Heat Index ......................................................... Rain ..............................................................
      • Weather Center ..................................................... Light .............................................................
      • Calibrating, Setting, and Clearing Variables ..............................
      • Calibrating Wind Direction Reading .................................... Calibrating Barometric Pressure ........................................
      • Setting Weather Variables ............................................ Clearing Weather Variables Accumulations & Calibrations ..................
      • Highs and Lows Mode ...............................................
      • Alarm Mode ....................................................... Special Alarms .....................................................
      • Setting the Time Alarm............................................... Clearing Alarm Settings..............................................
      • Changing Alarm Sound............................................... Graph Mode .......................................................
    • Troubleshooting and Maintenance ......................................... Vantage Vue Troubleshooting Guide ....................................
    • Check Console Reception ............................................. Console Diagnostic Mode .............................................
      • Screen 1: Statistical Diagnostic Screen ................................... Screen 2: Reception Diagnostic Screen ..................................
      • Changing Batteries .................................................. Console Firmware Versions ...........................................
      • Contacting Davis Technical Support .................................... Appendix A: Weather Data ..............................................
      • Appendix C: Wireless Repeater Configuration ............................... The console of your new Vantage Vue wireless weather station displays and records your station’s weather data, provides graph and alarm functions, and interfaces to a computer using our optional WeatherLink® software.
      • The console displays all the information coming from the ISS in an easy-to-use format. It can also receive data from a Davis Vantage Pro2™ weather station.
      • LIGHT TEMP HUM WIND RAIN BAR. 2ND WXCEN GRAPH HI/LOW TIME DONE. Vantage Vue Keyboard. Use the keyboard to access and scroll through current and historical data for individual variables, set and clear alarms, enter calibration values, set up and view graphs, and view detailed weather information available for each variable.
      • A weather variable or console command is printed on each command key. Just HEAT press a key to select the variable or function printed on that key.
    • first row of keys or below the second row of keys. To select the secondary 2ND function, press and release 2ND and then immediately press the key for that.
      • Keys resume normal operation after the icon disappears (about 7-8 seconds). The + and - navigation keys along with the < and > navigation keys are used to select command options, adjust values, and to provide additional functions when used in combination with a command key.
    • Console Features: Keyboard & Display. In Current Weather Mode, the display shows the time and date, the likely forecast within the next 12 hours, current moon phase, and weather information for up to 8 different weather variables at a time.
      • Time & Date. Inside & Outside. Inside & Outside. Pressure & Trend. Rain data & ET*. Wind Chill/Heat. Index/Dew Point.
      • selected variable. *ET, optional, available only when used with a Vantage Pro2 Plus or a Vantage Pro2 with Solar Radiation sensor.
      • It also includes a troubleshooting section for solving some basic console issues. •See “Installing the Console” on page 3 for information on powering and placing or mounting your Vantage Vue console.
      • •See “Current Weather Mode” on page 15 for information on displaying current weather information.
      • •Prepare the Integrated Sensor Suite (ISS) for Installation. See your Vantage Vue Integrated Sensor Suite Installation Manual.
      • The Vantage Vue console is designed to give extremely accurate readings.
    • Although installing the console is relatively simple, following the steps outlined in this chapter and assembling the Vantage Vue correctly from the start will help ensure that you enjoy all of its features with a minimum of time and effort.
      • You may use the included adapter if you wish, but three C-cell batteries (not included) should power a wireless console for up to nine months.
  • Welcome to Vantage Vue

    • LOW CONSOLE BATTERIES: Replace the console batteries. LOW BATTERY TRANSMITTER (ID#): Replace the battery in your outdoor Integrated.
      • 1.Remove the battery cover located on the back of the console by pressing down on the two latches at the top of the cover.
      • 2.Insert three C batteries into the battery channels as shown.
    • 4.Check to make sure the console runs through a brief self-test procedure successfully.
      • A message displays at the bottom of the console, followed by the first screen of Setup Mode. Press DONE to skip the message and enter into Setup Mode.
      • See “Setup Mode” on page 6 for more information. The console does not recharge the batteries. Because of this, and because NiCad batteries.
      • Find the power jack located on the left side of the console case. Insert the power adapter plug into the console power jack, then plug the other end of the adapter into an.
    • Check to make sure the console runs through a brief.
      • See “Installing Batteries” on page 3 for information on the self-test.
      • When using an AC power adapter, be sure to use the power adapter supplied with your.
    • Your console may be damaged by connecting the wrong power.
      • Console Location. Place the console in a location where the keyboard is easily accessible and the display is easy to read.
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    • This may cause erroneous inside temperature and humidity readings and may damage the unit.
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    • •Avoid positioning a wireless console near large metallic appliances such as refrigerators, televisions, heaters, or air conditioners.
    • Avoid forcing the console antenna when rotating it. •Be aware of possible interference from cordless phones or other devices.
  • Console Modes

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    • To install the kickstand:. Locate the two keyholes on the back of the console. Place the two round tabs on the kickstand into the to keyholes and slide the kickstand up into place.