By: 1skywatcher , 3:09 PM GMT on August 14, 2005

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Does anyone know the transmission times of wireless weather stations? One place told me it was 30 seconds between transmissions. FRED!

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6. Tazmanian
3:41 AM GMT on March 06, 2011
omg i fould a blog with 2029 days old
5. mckTXaws
8:25 PM GMT on July 04, 2008
the davis vantage pro transmitts at 2.5 seconds thw oregon scientific professional weather station transmit at 14 seconds it depends on the manufacture i am with an oregon scientific wmr100
4. Tazmanian
1:42 AM GMT on June 23, 2006
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1. DaveOksner
11:07 PM GMT on October 19, 2005
It all depends on the model. And some models even depend on the conditions. I've got a La Crosse WS2310. During periods of low wind, it updates something like every 2 minutes. When there's higher wind, it (supposedly) updates every 30 seconds. However, since we never have winds high enough to trigger this, I've never seen 30 second updates.

And I know you didn't ask this, but figured I'd post for completeness: if the sensor is attached via wire, it updates every 8 seconds (supposedly; I haven't tested that, either).

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