This is quite simple actually. Bill's post gave me the exact same idea and I figured it out quite easily. Just follow along as there are several steps.
Under pressure, select OBSCON: OpenWeatherMap ObservingConditions and click the Setup (gear) button. A window will pop and let you enter the API key you got from the link Bill provided (or you can click the Obtain Key button). It will open the OpenWeatherMap website
Once on the OpenWeatherMap website, you'll need to:
1- create an account and activate it (they'll send you a verification email)
2- then head over to the API section and click "Subscribe" under Current Weather Data.
3- on the next page, click "Get API key" from the Free column option.
4- click on "API keys" and copy the key that was generated to clipboard
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Objet : Re: [ap-gto] How important is THUM? #APCC
On Thu, May 13, 2021 at 04:16 PM, Marcelo Figueroa wrote:
The latter is what I do, I use the Pegasus Powerbox Advance which has sensors for temperature and humidity, but not pressure. The latter I get via openweathermap.org and combine it all using the ASCOM Observing Conditions driver (OCH) in APCC.Great idea. I also use a Pegasus Advance and have internet access in my BYO. Is there a guide you can recommend to configure this with OCH? Thanks!