- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 1.1 x 6.2 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 90.7 g
- ASIN: B07JLRFG24
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 22 October 2018
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
Ecowitt GW1000 Wi-Fi Weather Station Gateway with Indoor Temperature Humidity Pressure 3-in-1 Sensor
- WIFI Weather Sensor: This device can stream data from optional ecowitt sensors [outdoor temp & humidity(WH32), multi-channel temp & humidity(WH31), rain(WH40), soil moisture(WH51), PM2.5 sensors(WH41) and more ] to your local WLAN network or Internet based weather services; Allows you to remote monitor weather data on our free WS View APP
- Live Data: View the live data of all connected sensor directly on the WS View APP. You can also choose to upload the data to our own weather server to view all the history graph (More functions are being developing)
- WU Dashboard: Supports uploads to weather underground, weathercloud and WOW; enables you to view current conditions and history graph of your WU station ID directly on the WS View APP; Note: this function is only for outdoor temperature & humidity(WH32),rain (WH40),pressure sensor(GW1000)
- 3-In-1 Probe Sensor: Measures indoor temperature, humidity and pressure. Note: only the pressure data can be uploaded to weather underground.
- Easy to Setup: Connects to your home or office wifi by simply plugging the USB port into a socket(within wifi signal cover range);Small size and compact design
Colour: GW1000 Wi-Fi Gateway
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Supports uploading to our free Ecowitt Weather server: ecowitt.net to remote monitoring all your sensor data and history graph(please add your device on the website after uploading).
Supported sensors (sold separately): outdoor temperature & humidity(WH32), MAX 8 multi-channel temperature and humidity(Ecowitt WH31), rain(WH40), wind(WH68), MAX 8 soil moisture(WH51), MAX 4 PM2.5(WH41) and more sensors will be available soon
Email alerts functions available for all the sensors on the ecowitt.net.
Note: The WIFI Weather Sensor series products are new and please update the latest firmware for better functioning. Any question, please just contact us first.
The black button is used for the following two modes:
1. Wi-Fi Configure Mode: press and hold the button for 5s till the Wi-Fi status indicator LED is fast flashing and the gateway is ready for the Wi-Fi configuration operation.
2.Reset Mode: Press and hold the button for 10s will reset the gateway and clear the history data.
Power: DC 5V(USB connection); Size: 12x35x62mm
Cable Length: 1M/3FT
Wireless Range to external sensors: 300FT/100M(in open areas)
Note:The gateway can also work with WH5360 Rain Gauge/WH0290 Air Quality Monitor/WH0291 Soil Moisture Monitor(should be at the same frequency)
Temperature range: -10°C – 60°C (14°F - 140°F); resolution: 0.1°C, or 0.1°F; accuracy: ± 1°C
Humidity range: 10% ~ 99%; resolution: 1%; accuracy: ± 5%
Barometric pressure range: 300 – 1,100 hPa (8.85 – 32.5 inHg); accuracy: ± 5 hPa ; 0.1 hPa (0.01 inHg)
Package List: 1x GW1000 Wi-Fi Gateway + 1x Cable Clip
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There is only one goof up. The power is supplied via full size USB2 male connector protruding from the device.
This creates a problem: if you plug it directly to the power supply - the WiFi and the RF gets noised up by the power supply. Otherwise to get around this problem yo need to acquire the USB2 male-to-female extension cable.
I am certain the GW1000 has this arrangement for some reason, but it is not an obvious one. I am guessing (as the manual does not specify it) that it might be plugged into some other Ecowitt device that supplies it with power. But still - the better way is to provide USB power by regular USB cable just like all other devices do.
The software and display on Android may need improvements.
The technical support is easy to reach via email and they respond super fast. If there is something to correct - they do it almost within hours by updating the firmware for GW1000.
Good job Ecowitt - keep improving.
For 6 weeks now, each of my sensors have been within 1% of my local NWS ASOS station at our airport. I did build a solar insulator for my outdoor thermometer/hygrometer and my readings have been even more accurate since. **I have also added the WS68 Anemometer/Light/UV Sensor to my sensor array. The WS68 has performed flawlessly thus far. It is made of plastic, but feels sturdy and I expect it to hold up to Northern Indiana weather just fine. The light collecting solar panel is small, but does a great job. You can watch the UV Index and solar output vary with passing clouds in almost real time. All of the information is sent through the GW1000 to Wunderground, ecowitt.net and the ecowitt app.**
The WiFi gateway is nearly "plug and play", requiring very little in the way of set up. Each of my sensors connected seamlessly and nearly instantly. The app provided by Ecowitt works fine, but I really like the Ecowitt.net platform for two reasons. One, unless you are on your home WiFi, not all features of your weather station are on the app. Two, the Ecowitt.net platform is much more aesthetically pleasing and because it is bigger, it is easier to navigate the graphs that are produced from your weather data. All of this for free, no less. I will say that having the setup process for WU built into the app was a nice touch.
The other thing I cannot overstate is just how good the customer service is. Any issue or question I have had has been answered within 24 hours. The company does operate out of China (near Hong Kong as far as I can tell) so I usually get responses to emails between 10 PM and 2:00 AM EDT. They are friendly and exceedingly helpful.
I have used other, more expensive weather stations and sensor brands before, but these Ecowitt sensors are the best I have used personally. These sensors are much more accurate than my previous AcuRite station and are comparable in performance to Davis at a fraction of the cost making these sensors a worthwhile addition for your everyday weather enthusiast to the professionals.
Check out my video review of the air quality monitor here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QFN5WNX?ref=cm_sw_em_r_lb_dt_mQ1wKOKDzDYqF
Video reviews of other Ecowitt sensors coming soon...
Once I got past these glitches I was pretty impressed; uploads to ecowitt.net and Weather Underground worked perfectly. The ecowitt.net web site is pretty and has some nice graphs.
I was also surprised that the remote sensors worked so well. I put one of the multichannel indoor sensors in my parents’ garage, about 200 feet from my house and with several walls in between the sensor and the gateway and it’s reporting fine. That’s well within the claimed 100 meter distance in open space but it was nice to see it work in real-world conditions.