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jack100

May 14, 2012, 02:49 pm Last Edit: May 14, 2012, 07:05 pm by jack100 Reason: 1
Where I can find the code osv3.pde for reading the Oregon OS V3 sensors with an Aduino and RF 433Mhz receiver?

Greetings,
Jack

johnwasser

Google says:
No results found for "OSov3.pde".
No results found for "OSov3.ino".

What makes you think that a sketch of that name exists somewhere?
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kd7eir

Perhaps you are referring to the Weather  Station Receiver Shield and it's sketch from the book Practical Arduino?

If so, here is the link for the code: https://github.com/practicalarduino/WeatherStationReceiver

jack100

I half year ago I download the code osv3.pde, but I lost the program on my USB-stick.
The word in this site was: www.lostboy....
But I can't exactly remember the name of the site.
Now I search again this code on internet, but I didn't found the site.

Webmeister

The website you are looking for is lostbyte.net

Unfortunately the sketch for the OS V3 is not longer availabe  =(

See this thread:
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,8242.0.html

You may ask the user to publish his sketch again. I already contacted him weeks ago but never got an answer.

jack100

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May 15, 2012, 09:24 am Last Edit: May 15, 2012, 09:27 am by jack100 Reason: 1
Webmeister thanks.
You're right.
The name of the site was lostbyte.net
It's pity that this site no longer works.
Maybe other members on this board can help us.

Jack

terryking228

You need The WAYBACK! MACHINE!

http://web.archive.org/web/20100510132341/http://www.lostbyte.com/arduino-osv3/

...you'll find it there...
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jack100

Hi Terryking,

Have you tried too download the osv3 decode.zip file?
I can't download this file.

brunialti

I cannot download the file also ....

terryking228

Ahh.. Bummer!!

I downloaded it OK... but IT was the error page in HTML.. Sorry!

Hmmm...

This guy didn't want his real name anywhere...

I'll try to do some other searching...

Sorry! for the false positive...
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johnwasser


This guy didn't want his real name anywhere...


The website is registered to:

Brian McDermaid
brianm801@gmail.com
      LostByte Software
      1441 West Ute Blvd
      Suite #340
      Park City, Utah 84098
      United States

The DNS server it uses is a Dynamic DNS server pointing to a Comcast address so it was probably being run out of his home.

The company LostByte has the contact person:
Brian McDermaid
5099 W Sienna Rose Dr
Herriman  84065

Company Phone Number   001-801-8564654

Brian is currently a Development Manager at EbixLife, a maker of life insurance software.


Theres a  Brian K Mcdermaid , age 42 and Brian Frank Mcdermaid , age 52 who live in Utah.  Not sure which one is which.  I'd try the email address above.
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Webmeister

Hello

Brian from Lostbyte.net just informed me that he finally put up his website.
The earlier mentioned Sketch is now available again. You can download it from:

http://www.lostbyte.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/osv3_decode.zip

I tested the sketch and was able to read the sensor data from my outside weather sensors.

jack100

Webmeister,

Many thanks for your energy!
Now I can further with my Arduino Weather Station project

Jack

tecleador

Hey, what receiver you use to read the sensors and where you have bought?

A greeting and thank you very much.

jack100

I bought the AUREL RX-4MM5 AM receiver 433,92MHz at Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp (www.tme.eu)
I am very satisfied about this receiver.

http://www.tme.eu/nl/details/rx-4mm5/rf-aurel-communicatiemodules/aurel/#

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