I’m a Mac user. What setup to push data online do you recommend for me? - (FAQ)
1. WeatherLink Live (#6100)
WeatherLink Live receives data from your Vantage Pro2 or Vantage Vue sensor suites, or from sensor transmitters. It then automatically uploads the data via Wi-Fi to the cloud. You can have up to 8 different transmitting stations, all sending data to one WeatherLink Live. The transmitting stations can be any combination of sensor suites or sensor transmitters.
It's simple to set up using the Bluetooth function on your telephone. Within minutes, you can view your current conditions live on your free WeatherLink.com dashboard as well as on the WeatherLink mobile app.
On top of that, you can upgrade to Pro for only $3.95/month, and get access to and storage of your historical (archive) data. You can visualize, graph, and compare all your sensor data as well export the data in .csv format.
2. WeatherLink USB Data Logger (#6510USB)
If you don’t have access to Wi-Fi router, hub, or extender, we recommend using the WeatherLink USB Data Logger and free WeatherLink Computer Software (Mac version), which can be downloaded from WeatherLink.com.
To view your live data on WeatherLink.com and to store your data in the WeatherLink Cloud, you'll need to keep your computer and your WeatherLink Computer Software running 24/7.