Current Version: 3.1.3
VisualWeather is support software for our weather stations. Version 3.0 or higher supports custom weather stations or the ET107, ET106, and MetData1 preconfigured weather stations. The software allows you to initialize the setup, interrogate the station, display data, and generate reports from one or more weather stations.Read More
|Operating System||Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit), Vista, or XP|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
Visual Weather supports ET107, Toro T107, ET106, MetData1, or custom Campbell Scientific stations. Support for custom weather stations was added in version 2 (released September 2005), and support for the ET107 and Toro T107 was added in version 3.0 (released April 2009).
Upgrade Visual Weather version 3.x to 3.1.3.
This patch requires that version 3.x exists on the computer.
Upgrade Visual Weather version 2.0, 2.1 or 2.2 to 2.3.
This patch requires that version 2.0, 2.1 or 2.2 exists on the computer.
A fully functional 30 day trial version of VisualWeather.
VisualWeather is for those who want reliable, real-time weather data and printed reports without worrying about technical details.
Number of FAQs related to VISUALWEATHER: 35
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If patches are available for VisualWeather, they are listed in the Downloads section of the VisualWeather product page.
Note: Customers who do not have an online account will be asked to enter contact information to download the files. There is no obligation associated with this process, and this information is not shared with, or sold to, third parties.
Follow these steps to install a patch:
Add reports by following these steps:
When the batch runs, files are created in the web folder, transferred automatically via FTP to the website, and added automatically to the web page. They are listed as additional options on the drop-down report that is displayed after clicking the weather station name in the top left corner.
In the “Backup/Restore Network” entry of VisualWeather Help, it states the following: “Note: Beginning with VisualWeather 3.0, a restore cannot be performed from a backup file created using a version of VisualWeather prior to version 3.0.”
If a 2.2 backup is restored to a version 3.0 or later, the network structure (that is, station information) will be saved, but the database or historical data will not be saved. The following process, however, can be used to resolve this issue:
Not at this time. Customers have, however, reported using Campbell Scientific software on OSX computers using XP running in Boot Camp, as well as on other computers in a virtual environment (such as Parallels).
To test whether VisualWeather will work in a particular environment, download the 30 day trial version in the Downloads section of the VisualWeather product page.
No. The license agreement at the beginning of the VisualWeather manual states, “The purchase of this software allows you to install and use the software on one computer only.”
Campbell Scientific offers free PC200W software (available for download) that enables the following:
There is no restriction as to how many machines the PC200W software can be installed on.
VisualWeather 3.1 includes the following enhancements from VisualWeather 2.3:
No. The contents of the XML file created for web output are only there for backward compatibility and cannot be controlled by the user.
Typically, Campbell Scientific software is not developed for, or extensively tested on, Windows Server computers. Because Windows Server installations are all uniquely configured, it is nearly impossible for our application engineers to replicate a customer’s implementation environment at our facility. Consequently, the support provided is limited.
To test whether VisualWeather will work in a particular Windows Server environment, download the 30 day trial version in the Downloads section of the VisualWeather product page.
The method for obtaining the fully functional 30 day trial version is slightly different for current Campbell Scientific customers and for those who are currently not customers. Both methods are described below.
For current Campbell Scientific customers, follow these steps:
For those who are not Campbell Scientific customers, follow these steps:
No. The purchased version is separate from the trial version. However, any files created using the trial version are stored in the C:\Campbellsci\VisualWeather folder and will be available for use when the purchased version is installed.