Why didn’t I hear the audible alarm when an alarm was triggered?
The main Display screen must be open to hear the audible alarm.
Can I connect to Wi-Fi directly with my WeatherLink Console, or do I need a WeatherLink Live to do that?
The WeatherLink Console has built-in Wi-Fi so you do not need a separate WeatherLink Live device in order to connect to Wi-Fi.
Why can’t I see forecasts?
Internet-based, localized forecasts are only available when you are in Online mode. (Logged in to WeatherLink.com.)
Can I clear some data, like erroneous rain tips?
No. This is why it is important to disconnect your sensor cables when doing maintenance work on your sensor suite. Erroneous data recorded, such as manual tips of the rain spoon cannot be cleared.
Do I have to connect my WeatherLink Console to Wi-Fi for it to receive data from my Vantage Pro2 or Vantage Vue sensor suite?
No, the WeatherLink Console can receive data from your local sensors without a Wi-Fi connection. However, Wi-Fi is needed for keeping accurate time on the console and for firmware updates (which occu…
Can I use my existing Vantage Vue Console or Vantage Pro2 Console with the new WeatherLink Console?
Yes. Your older console is a powerful transmitter that can retransmit to your new WeatherLink Console. Refer to the original Vantage Pro2 Console User Manual or Vantage Vue Console User Manual to lea…
How do I turn off an alarm?
When an alarm is activated, you will see a notification in the Ticker Tape area of the display. To silence the audible alarm, tap the Alarm Off symbol. The alarm will go off by itself after a minute…
Is there an API for the 6316 WeatherLink console?
Yes, the current v2 API supports data from a 6316 WeatherLink console. Details can be found here.
What does “Offline” and “Online” mode mean?
Offline mode keeps you connected to Wi-Fi to ensure accurate time but disconnected from WeatherLink.com. Online means your Console is connected to Wi-Fi and also connected to your account on WeatherL…
On the diagnostics page, my radio signal strength shows “fair.” Is that okay?
Yes. The signal strength is a real time reading and can fluctuate. Fair and good are both indicators of sufficient strength. You can verify by looking at the reception percentage.
If I disconnect from WeatherLink.com account and reconnect later, will the data stored in the Console be pushed to WeatherLink.com?
Yes. When reconnected, you Console’s stored data will be pushed to your WeatherLink.com account.
Can I power my console from a USB port on my computer?
No. The computer USB port will not supply the correct power. Use the AC adapter.
How can I change my Wi-Fi network?
Go to the Account tab and tap Console Configuration. Tap the pencil icon next to your network.
Why do I need to connect to Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi is needed for keeping accurate time on the console and for firmware updates (which occur at 3:00 am local time if available). You do NOT need to be logged in to WeatherLink.com; you just need t…
My weather readings seem wrong. How can I calibrate my console?
Davis sensors are factory-calibrated for accuracy and will normally not need any calibration. Comparing your data to TV reports or other sources is not recommended because weather data varies by micr…