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    Cool Vendo pezzi di ricambio per Davis Vantage Pro 1



    Vendo stazione "vintage" Davis Vantage Pro ( in produzione per pochi anni).
    Mi ha servito per 16 anni, mantenuta in ottima efficienza per tutto il periodo......

    Rendo disponibile la Consolle, due sensore di temperatura/umidità, datalogger seriale, scatola ISS completa (rinnovata 3 anni fà).

    Saluti

    Andrea Bascarin


    se interessati: scrivete a: andreapittore@virgilio.itDavis Vp.jpg

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    La vendo anche completa con pluviometro e anemometro di ultima generazione a chi potrebbe interessare.......Buon Fine anno

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    io ho una vecchia vp1 dal 2003 e il pluvio ultimamente sta sbarellando alla grande .. non riesco a trovare info sulla compatibilita' con modelli piu' recenti .. hai mica qualche info ??

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    io ho una vecchia vp1 dal 2003 e il pluvio ultimamente sta sbarellando alla grande .. non riesco a trovare info sulla compatibilita' con modelli piu' recenti .. hai mica qualche info ??
    io avevo una vecchia davis del 2003 e quando la cambia mi informai sulla compatibilità dei pezzi e mi fu detto che non era compatibile il che comunque mi sembra strano visto che i pezzi erano identici

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    2003 e quando la cambia mi informai sulla compatibilità

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    se a qualcuno puo' interessare ho trovato questo

    VP1 models

    The VP1 designation refers to the original Vantage Pro models manufactured between 1999 and 2004. These typically have model numbers ending in zero as in 6150 and 6160 (as opposed to the corresponding 6152 and 6162 designations for VP2 models). If any label on the unit (eg the legend underneath the display on the consoles) says simply ‘Vantage Pro’ rather than ‘Vantage Pro 2’ then it will be a VP1 model.

    Compatibility of VP1 and VP2 models

    VP1 and VP2 stations use a significantly different data protocol from each other to communicate between sensor transmitter (ISS) and console and as a result it is not possible to intermix VP1 and VP2 consoles and sensor transmitters. In other words you cannot use a VP1 console with a VP2 ISS or vice versa. This is true of both cabled and wireless models (because the cabled models still used a similar data protocol to the wireless models).

    Weatherlink data loggers originally bought for a VP1 station cannot be used with a new VP2 station. This is not related to VP1/VP2 differences, but to the fact that VP2 stations manufactured since early 2013 require a logger with an updated specification – see the logger compatibility topic for further details.(VP1 loggers can be used successfully with pre-2013 VP2 consoles, but this situation typically won’t be relevant to VP1 users looking to upgrade to a new VP2 station). However, new Weatherlink loggers can be used with a VP1 station without problems. NB Data loggers for the older Weather Monitor II and Wizard III stations were of a completely different design and cannot be used with either VP1 or VP2 stations.

    New parts for VP1 and older stations

    Brand new mains station components (eg console and ISS units) are simply no longer available from dealers – in the main, stocks were exhausted several years ago, although it may still be worth asking a larger and well-established dealer because they may still have the odd component as part of their residual stock. Occasionally components may still turn up on eBay and similar sites, but will typically be in used condition and therefore of unknown reliability. Some replacement spare parts and repairs to units may still be available – see below for details.

    Replacement sensors for VP1 and older stations

    The one sensor that you’ll find it virtually impossible to source new now is the temperature/humidity sensor for VP1 and older stations. (VP1 and WMII parts were distinct parts but share the problem of unavailability.) Manufacture of these parts ended several years ago and stocks at Davis and at dealers have long since been exhausted. Note that it is still possible to replace the temp/hum sensor with a simple temperature sensor, which is still available – obviously the humidity and dew point readings will be lost, but it may be a way of prolonging the life of an elderly system.

    Other standard sensors (except for the pressure sensor, which is on the console main board) are still readily available. The 6410 VP2 anemometer is fully compatible with VP1 and older stations. A defective rain gauge can be repaired either by replacing the reed switch or by substituting a separate 7852 standalone rain gauge (or its new equivalent, the 7857 pole-mounting rain gauge). And the VP2 6450 solar and 6490UV sensors are both fully compatible with the VP1 station.

    Replacement transmitter parts for VP1 and older stations

    Replacement transmitter boards may still be available in principle, but they will be relatively costly and dealers may be reluctant to source them in practice. Few dealers will maintain stocks nowadays because of absolutely minimal demand and sourcing a replacement board up the supply chain may be a long and fraught process.

    Console repairs for VP1 and older stations

    The situation here is similar to that for replacement transmitter parts – it’s not impossible that parts may be available or that repairs could be done, but the uncertainty and cost and time taken in sourcing parts might make attempting the repair seriously unattractive. If such a repair is needed then the likely conclusion is that the station is beyond practical or economic repair.

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