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old_weather1967
12-01-2009, 17:22
I make another one modification ,heater rain gauge for to melt the ice,if there are very cold days with snow,the snow sit over to rain gauge no melt,and do not have mm rainfall,and after 2--4 days it melt slowly slowly from sun light and up temperature ,but so i loss the really mm rainfall from snow ,and so i make a modification heater rain gauge with 2 halogen lights G4 12 volt 5 watts.I do not use thermostat because here to Athens we do not have often snow ,but when we have,i will open the lights switch on-off manual.


http://users.otenet.gr/~meteo/project_b ... eater.html (http://users.otenet.gr/~meteo/project_better-resolution-at-rain-gauge-heater.html)


http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light211.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=614&u=11226462)


http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light212.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=615&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light311.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=616&u=11226462)



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light911.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=609&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light912.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=610&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light111.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=611&u=11226462)


http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light511.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=617&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light611.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=618&u=11226462)



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light512.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=619&u=11226462)



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light711.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=620&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light913.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=622&u=11226462)


http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/light811.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=621&u=11226462)

old_Manghi
13-01-2009, 20:05
:inchino :inchino :inchino

old_weather1967
14-01-2009, 18:26
Τοday i measurement with a car thermometer sensor over to plastic surface at rain gauge and the different temperature result it is :



Here i put 7,5 volt Dc at light and i have 29,6 c over



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/testte10.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=629&u=11226462)



Here i put 9,0 volt Dc at light and i have 33,7 c over



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/testte11.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=630&u=11226462)





Here i put 12,0 volt Dc at light and i have 36,8 c over



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/testte12.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=631&u=11226462)

Gigi600
14-01-2009, 20:03
Excellent
I would not have drilled the box
but I would have passed the internal wires :up

Gigi :ciauz1
http://www.postimage.org/Pq2Bf0Mi.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=Pq2Bf0Mi)

old_weather1967
14-01-2009, 21:11
Thank you ,but i must to drill the plastic because the base light unit ,it have 2 holes for to put screws ,and i thought this place where you show me but first i am afraid maybe the cable touch at tipping bucket base and do not work well ,and second for to put out put in the plastic more easy ;) :ciauz1

Gigi600
14-01-2009, 21:46
Thank you ,but i must to drill the plastic because the base light unit ,it have 2 holes for to put screws ,and i thought this place where you show me but first i am afraid maybe the cable touch at tipping bucket base and do not work well ,and second for to put out put in the plastic more easy ;) :ciauz1


:up

Gigi :ciauz1

old_weather1967
18-01-2009, 16:32
Τοday i put it over to my roof ,the plastic box from outside raingauge like hat, it is for better resolution, and it keep more hot around raingauge.

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/heater10.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=635&u=11226462)

old_weather1967
26-01-2009, 16:34
Finally i decided to put and thermostat to heater gauge, and i put a electronic thermostat in my Stevenson screen box,thermostat range it is + 5 c until +30 c i have tuning it to open the lights at + 5 c ,i have some photos yet.

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo10.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=669&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo11.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=670&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo12.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=671&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo13.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=672&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo14.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=673&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo15.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=674&u=11226462)

http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo19.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=678&u=11226462)



http://i62.servimg.com/u/f62/11/22/64/62/thermo21.jpg (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=680&u=11226462)

old_sassetto
31-01-2009, 15:02
I think that using 220V and closing the hole on the bottom of rain gauge, you can also cooking spaghetti! ;) :drink :drink


I'm joking. Excellent idea, also aesthetically beautiful with two lamps in the night. ;10)

old_weather1967
02-02-2009, 20:49
I think that using 220V and closing the hole on the bottom of rain gauge, you can also cooking spaghetti! ;) :drink :drink


I'm joking. Excellent idea, also aesthetically beautiful with two lamps in the night. ;10)

Thank you Saseti , :lol: :lol: it is like christmas lights design over to my roof
:drink :ciauz1