Unfortunately, I don't have a suitable location for an all-in-one sensor 
set. Tom's suggestion of an Acurite all-in-one with a separate outdoor t/h 
sensor might work for me, though. I'm leaning toward trying that, for now.

I hand't heard of the belfryboy. Thanks for that bit of info!



On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 2:54:58 PM UTC-5, vince wrote:
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> On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:10:51 AM UTC-8, RobbH wrote:
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>> That clears up most of my confusion. (Whatever remains is inherent and no 
>> concern here.) Thanks!
>>
>> I see the Wiki has articles on how to get data from the bridge, so I'll 
>> consult that if I go this route. And this appears to be the best route for 
>> me, for now. I'm not ready to spend twice my budget on Davis gear, and even 
>> though Weather Flow is very tempting, it feels a little too much like 
>> vaporware.
>>
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> For quality gear you pay premium prices, unfortunately. Your requirement 
> to have sensors in different locations makes this one much harder at the 
> $300 price point.   Is that a hard requirement you can't move on ?
>
> A Vantage Vue is easily under $300 but the blasted datalogger makes it 
> more like $400, unless you go to the bellfryboy third-party logger.  But 
> the Vue doesn't have the split sensors.
>
> You might need to give on quality or price or the split sensors 
> constraints.....
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