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INTRODUCTION

It allows to predict the conditions of the atmosphere for a given location.

USE CASES

  • The user wants to have rain prediction before scheduling the irrigation cicles.
Weather station component properties inside the Home automation configuration software EVE Manager

COMPONENT’S PROPERTIES

Customizable component’s title and icon. Please refer to “Common properties” guide.

Longitude (empty field):  the longitude of your location, for example 11.73;

Latitude (empty field): the latitude of your location, for example 45.76;

Temperature (drop down): the actual temperature of your chosen location expressed in °C;

Clouds (drop down): the amount of clouds expressed in %;

Humidity (drop down): the amount of humidity expressed in %,;

Pressure (drop down): the amount of pressure expressed in hPa;

Wind direction (drop down): the direction of the wind;

Wind speed (drop down): the wind speed expressed in m/s;

Ozone (drop down): the amount of Ozone expressed in DU;

Precipitation intensity (drop down): the amount of precipitation expressed in mm;

Precipitation probability (drop down): the precipitation probability expressed in %;

Max rain in next 48H (drop down): the precipitation probability expressed in mm;

WEATHER STATION SETUP

STEP 1

To setup the weather station, you will simply drag & drop the component “Weather station” inside the “My components” view. After that, you just need to enter the longitude and latitude of your city and create the user interface as shown in Step 2!

Weather station component creation inside the Home automation configuration software EVE Manager

STEP 2

Choose your favourite icon and put inside all the Info component automatically create before. At this point upload the project to the server to complete the setup.

Adding the weather station component icons inside the User interface of the Home automation configuration software EVE Mananger

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Three different view mode possibilities: “CLASSIC”, “MODAL” and “HIDDEN”. Learn more about the component’s view modes

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