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warren "https://publiclab.org/as220 " | Read more » about 4 years ago
warren "I'm putting together a page on the AS220 sensors and want to list this and another on there -- I hope that drives some interest in the SkyPod and o..." | Read more » about 4 years ago
warren "There's been some progress on reading live data from a sensor using audio -- see https://publiclab.org/notes/warren/02-08-2018/visualize-live-senso..." | Read more » about 4 years ago
Ag8n "May not work with those sensors, but.. Many of the weather stations can be wirelessly received with an rtlsdr ( they cost about $20). The program a..." | Read more » about 4 years ago
zengirl2 "@cfastie well isn't that NASA item a bit complicated. Here's an Instructable that mentions that process. http://www.instructables.com/id/Low-Altit..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
cfastie "Thanks Zengirl. I don't think you can buy a NASA Aeropod. You can license the technology from NASA and manufacture them, but I don't know if anyone..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
zengirl2 "First, your video is awesome and I'm glad you explained the lines from pulling in the kite. I really like the look of the NASA anemometer--what is ..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
cfastie "A goat is way better than brown M&Ms. But that is not exactly my motivation here because I'm sure everybody reads my research notes extremely ..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
warren "Hi, Chris -- great post as usual! I do have to ask about your comment regarding chemtrails -- I strongly suspect you put that there to see if anyo..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
cfastie "Yes, the newer Rev. P sensor works better in high wind because it has a strong heater so the wind can't cool it off too fast. But the older Rev C s..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
warren "Hi, Chris - this is so great. I had just been talking with folks at NASA Globe and the AREN project about wanting to test a datalogger with one of ..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
cfastie "A running mean of the aerial wind speed looks like a very reasonable result. The red line is a running mean of 10 observations (which were six seco..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
donblair "Bryan, xxv, Chris, Dave -- thanks so much for the fantastic ideas and reflections you've developed here. I'm going to try to digest these ideas ov..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
btbonval "Those are great links, DavidMack. The TSI document illustrates the tube of air I was talking about that carries the sample for measuring ("sheath-..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
DavidMack "Okay, I read the research paper and the heat convection air flow dependent on the sensor orientation. I also found this report which describes the..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
DavidMack "I'd say the heater/resistor is used to heat the air sample to avoid condensation in the chamber and on the optics. Also, any aerosol (liquid and s..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
cfastie "Instead of trying to measure air flow, you could impose a constant air flow. Chris Bartley said they got better results with a small fan in their S..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
btbonval "It is unlikely that you can do anything to stop deposition, but you could slow it. Not sure what degree of "prevent" you were asking about. There a..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
xxv "Would there be a way to create a field or surface coating of the glass flow tubes that prevents accumulation of particles? " | Read more » about 8 years ago
btbonval "The linked anemometer relies on heat differential. I don't see the tech specs, but I'd be worried that in excessively hot environments the backgrou..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
btbonval "For reference, I have experience with Hach HHPC6 units (taking them apart, cleaning them, diagnosing their measurement capability, etc). I think yo..." | Read more » about 8 years ago
btbonval "Some of the particle counters I have used in the past worked on a straight, column of air. It looks like your box is more like a mixing chamber tha..." | Read more » about 8 years ago