ATMOCOM enables you to store your personal weather station data on a local computer and your own web space. If your PWS is WiFi capable and can upload its data to Weather Underground then it is compatible.

ATMOCOM is best described as a special purpose wireless router. Network traffic that passes through the device will be forwarded to its original destination while also being replicated and forwarded to a user configurable alternate destination.

Our PHP and Python support scripts, available on GitHub, facilitate storing data on your chosen medium, be it a PC or single board computer such as Raspberry PI on your local network, or on your Internet website. All data is stored conveniently in zero-configuration, monthly SQLite3 database archives.

All Internet communication is via standard HTTP protocol while for local storage we utilize the quick and efficient UDP protocol.

For more information, please visit ATMOCOM website.

• For online data logging, a web space or web server with PHP and SQLite3 database support.
• For data logging on the local network, a computer that can run Python 3 and is online 24/7/367 is required.
• A 5 Volts, minimum 1 Ampere power supply with micro-USB type B connector (not included). Avoid using cheap Chinese chargers at all costs!
• A 2.4 GHz wireless Internet router.
• WiFi capable, Weather Underground compatible weather station .

Please observe the following
• No power adapter is supplied in delivery.
• User manual and technical support is available in English only!

This product is shipped from Spain, please select shipment option below to place your order.
• Shipment by courier usually takes a few days and up to one week.
• Shipment by registered post (same countries as for courier shipments) can take 1-4 weeks.
• If your location is not listed, please contact us!

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