Rebranding the GW1000 app for the Froggit DP1500 because: why not?
Up to 4 WH45 Indoor CO2 PM2.5 PM10 Temperature and Humidity 5-in-1 Air Quality Sensor
Up to 4 WH43 PM2.5 Air Quality Sensor for Indoor Use
Up to 4 WH41 PM2.5 Air Quality Sensor Monitor Outdoor
1 WH32 outdoor temperature and humidity sensor
1 WH40 self-emptying rain gauge sensor
1 WS68 wireless anemometer
1 WH57 lightning sensor
(often bundled in a single Weather station)
Up to 8 WH31 multi-channel temperature and humidity sensors
Up to 8 WH51 soil moisture sensors
Up to 4 WH55 Water leak sensors
Up to 8 WN34 Temp Sensors
Soil moisture sensor (WH31SM)
Lightning detector (WH31L),
Leak Detector (WH31La),
Probed thermometer (WH31P)
I started working on the Ambient Weather widget.
It will be a good excuse to clean up the dashboard code.
I need to find a way to reduce the application size.
I’m sure Microsoft is just filling the package with a bunch of useless DLL.
…oh, and experimenting with new icons…
Integrated the 7 days forecast on the AWDash WS2902AB-C app.
Get the grid from the Weather Station LAT/LON:
Then use the relative NOAA Grid to get the forecast: