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Hi All,

This week I added a new bit of kit to my growing collection of sensors that feed the weather station.

A Hobby Boards Solar Sensor arrived from the U.S. and is now on the roof and reporting nicely. ;)

It still needs a bit of fine tuning to get it just right but it's recording the solar radiation, sunshine hours and, best of all, it's giving a much more accurate report of the current conditions. ;)

You can see the output from it on my Live Weather page, just click in the text area below the solar gauge and it'll open a 24 hour graph.

All in all I'm quite pleased the it and as I had a 1-Wire system setup already then it was just a case of plugging in the new sensor and configuring Weather Display to read it.

Photo to follow. ;)

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