Archive for May, 2014

webcamLate last fall we already installed the webcam and wind meter at Mt. Swansea. for a test run. Over the winter the battery got drained and froze up and the webcam and wind meter went into hibernation. A couple weeks ago I carried up a new car battery and the system woke up and is running fine since. Thanks to Jan, job well done. Also,

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please see all the credits in how this project got established and funded at http://www.flyingmax.com/area/swansea-webcams/ We plan to have the webcam and wind meter running from mid April to mid November and shut it down over the winter. Besides the 2 webcams, we as pilots certainly enjoy the 2 wind meter links. One is to show the actual wind directions, speed and gusts and the 2nd with a 24 hour history to see what the overall wind development is. Jan is also working to create a page to view more historic data over the

month to come.  

West view of Mt. Swansea

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South view of Mt. Swansea

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