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tinkering with a WH1091

For discussion of DIY weather equipment - sensors, accessories, improvements to existing kit etc
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hills
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Weather Station: Fine Offset WH1091
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Re: tinkering with a WH1091

Postby hills » Sat Jan 02, 2010 7:35 am

Looks good!

Yeah I had to put that funnel on the lathe to trim it back to the correct size, so now I've lost the vertical sides. :(

Is that white or cream coloured part under the funnel the original rain gauge? If so it looks like it's a substantially larger unit than the fine offset rain gauge.


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