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The station emits partial packets, which may confuse some online services.

Configuring with weectl device

The WMR100 stations cannot be configured with the utility weectl device.

Station data

The following table shows which data are provided by the station hardware and which are calculated by WeeWX.

WMR100 station data
Database Field Observation Loop Archive
barometer S
pressure pressure H
altimeter S
inTemp temperature_0 H
outTemp temperature_1 H
inHumidity humidity_0 H
outHumidity humidity_1 H
windSpeed wind_speed H
windDir wind_dir H
windGust wind_gust H
rain rain D
rain_total H
rainRate rain_rate H
dewpoint S
windchill S
heatindex S
extraTemp1 temperature_2 H
extraTemp2 temperature_3 H
extraTemp3 temperature_4 H
extraTemp4 temperature_5 H
extraTemp5 temperature_6 H
extraTemp6 temperature_7 H
extraTemp7 temperature_8 H
extraHumid1 humidity_2 H
extraHumid2 humidity_3 H
extraHumid3 humidity_4 H
extraHumid4 humidity_5 H
extraHumid5 humidity_6 H
extraHumid6 humidity_7 H
extraHumid7 humidity_8 H
UV uv H
inTempBatteryStatus battery_status_0 H
outTempBatteryStatus battery_status_1 H
rainBatteryStatus rain_battery_status H
windBatteryStatus wind_battery_status H
uvBatteryStatus uv_battery_status H
extraBatteryStatus1 battery_status_2 H
extraBatteryStatus2 battery_status_3 H
extraBatteryStatus3 battery_status_4 H
extraBatteryStatus4 battery_status_5 H
extraBatteryStatus5 battery_status_6 H
extraBatteryStatus6 battery_status_7 H
extraBatteryStatus7 battery_status_8 H

Each packet contains a subset of all possible readings. For example, a temperature packet contains temperature_N and battery_status_N, a rain packet contains rain_total and rain_rate.

H indicates data provided by Hardware
D indicates data calculated by the Driver
S indicates data calculated by the StdWXCalculate Service