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 Post subject: Davis junction box
PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:38 am 

Joined: Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:09 am
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Location: Kit Hill, SE Cornwall, UK
Weather Station: fine offset (Maplins)
Operating System: Windows XP Pro SP3
I have just installed a new Maplins N96GY, a Fine Offset 1080 clone I believe, which is working really well with Cumulus.
In going through my bits and pieces I found the parts for my old Davis Weather Monitor 11, all appears to be OK apart from the wind sensors, both are corroded solid. The one part I cannot find is the junction box which connects the sensors to the display unit.
I thought it would be interesting to compare the two systems but cannot get the outdoor sensors to connect without the junction box. So, my question/request is does anybody have or know of a source of the schematic for the junction box? or can anyone help with what is inside the box, is it just a simple junction box? or something more sophisticated? if the former does anyone know how it is connected inside? :?


Chris :)

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