Ambient Weather WeatherBridgePro2 LAN / WiFi Internet Appliance for Ambient Weather Observer and Davis Instruments VantagePro2, VantagePro2 Plus and VantageVue Wireless Weather Stations

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The Ambient Weather WeatherBridgePro2 communicates directly to any of the Davis Instruments® VantagePro2™, VantagePro2 Plus™ and VantageVue™ wireless sensor suites and the Ambient Weather Observer sensor array. The WeatherBridgePro2 has a built in temperature, humidity and barometric pressure sensor.

A display console or data logger is not required to send data directly to the Internet. The WeatherBridgePro2 has a built in spread spectrum wireless receiver. Simply connect the WeatherBridgePro2 to the Internet (via ethernet or wifi), create an online account with any one of the supported weather cloud services, and you will be reporting real-time weather data in minutes.

The WeatherBridgePro2 provides two levels of wireless connectivity. The WeatherBridgePro2 receives weather station data from the Davis Instruments sensor suite, and the WeatherBridgePro2 sends data to your router using standard WiFi protocols.

The WeatherBridgePro2 supports MiFi, and can be accessed from your mobile device.

Internet Protocol or IP Network Weather Stations update weather servers real-time, providing up to the second data without the use of a PC. There are no networking fees. Perfect for low consumption requirements, remote monitoring applications, or weather station owners that do not want to leave their PC on 24/7. WiFi allows you the freedom to move your display console anywhere in your home or office while still reporting to the internet.

The WeatherBridgePro2 console displays the IP address, and provides easy access to the device through your web browser. IP search tools are not required.

Note: Weather station is sold separately. Add the WeatherBridgePro2 to your existing Davis Instruments® or Ambient Weather Obsever wireless weather station! The Ambient Weather WeatherBridgePro2 is the easiest way to send your real-time data to and the Internet.

Other Features:
The WeatherBridgePro2 appliance is an entire Linux computer with two wireless connections (RF to the weather station and WiFi to the internet) built into a compact (2.24" x 1.06" x 3.74") package. Avoid the high operating costs and low reliability of connecting to a PC.

The WeatherBridgePro2 is WiFi enabled, allowing you to free up your console to place anywhere in your home or business where WiFi is available.

A web interface provides password protection, programming, networking, and real-time data.

The low power module provides up to the second data analysis using Weather Underground's Rapid Fire Technology. Data is archived on Weather Underground and can be imported into excel or database applications. Live XML weather feeds provide easy television, radio and web integration.

Reports outdoor temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, barometric pressure, rainfall and UV, and calculated parameters, such as dew point, heat index, wind chill and rain rate.

Notes and Caveats:

  • Attention Virtual Weather Station and WeatherLink software users: Please note that the WeatherBridgePro2 appliance does not communicate directly to WeatherLink or Virtual Weather Station software. However, an SDK (software development kit) is available.
  • The indoor temperature is measured inside the WeatherBridgePro2 receiver, and subject to internal heating, and does not accurately reflect ambient temperature.
  • The wireless range of the WeatherBridgePro2 receiver is approximately 300 feet, unlike the Davis Instruments® VantagePro2™, VantagePro2 Plus™ and VantageVue™ wireless display consoles, which have a 1,000 feet wireless range. However, the WeatherBridgePro2 is also wireless to your router, extending the range an additional 200 feet.
  • Weather station pictured not included.

Weather Services

  • Ambient Weather Network

  • Weather Underground

  • PWS Weather

  • Amazon Alexa


  • API

  • PC/Mac

See all of the services that this can work with.


Weather Station Features

  • Product Dimensions: 2.24" x 1.06" x 3.74"
  • WIFI Enabled
  • WiFi Access Point requires no LAN connection for programming
  • MiFi Enabled
  • Low power consumption eliminates expensive PC power consumption (3 Watts at 5V)
  • Includes detachable AC power cord
  • Ethernet RJ45 cable
  • Plug and Play Internet Addressing
  • Easy to configure Web Interface (requires internet router)
  • No additional networking fees. Free web hosting
  • 1 year warranty from Ambient Weather

Weather Underground Features

  • Weather Station Google Mapping
  • Historical data archiving (daily, monthly, yearly and custom)
  • WeatherCam integration with time lapse video and daily archiving (weathercams sold separately)
  • Personal weather station stickers for your website
  • Graphs and tabular data
  • XML Feeds

Other Upload Features

  • Uploads to Twitter
  • Supports MySQL
  • Supports http uploads to your own website for customization

Product Support Questions

If you have a non Ambient Weather weather station such as Davis Instruments, La Crosse, Oregon Scientific etc you can have your weather station report to and 30+ other weather networks. This is done with our Weatherbridge or Weatherbridge Nano.

Compatible Weather Stations:

  • Ambient Weather WS-1080, WS-1090, WS-2080, WS-2090 and WS-2095 (requires optional #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub)
  • Ambient Weather WS-1200-IP, WS-1400-IP, and ObserverIP devices.
  • Ambient Weather WS-2902, WS-2902A, WS-2902B, WS-2902C, WS-2000, WS-2002, WS-5000 with ObserverIP module
  • Accu-Rite 0125, 0135, and 01525 (requires optional #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub)
  • Accu-Rite Internet-Bridge
  • Davis Instruments VantagePro, VantagePro2 and VantageVue, requires:
    • 6510USB (PC) WeatherLink Data Logger + #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub, or:
    • 6520 (Mac) WeatherLink Data Logger + #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub, or:
    • 6510SER (PC Serial) WeatherLink Data Logger + USB converter, or:
    • 6555 (IP) WeatherLink Data Logger
  • Fine Offset WH-1080, WH-2080, WS-2090, WS-2095, WH-3080 (requires optional #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub)
  • Honeywell / Meade TE923, TE827, TE821, DV928, Hideki, Mebus, IROX (requires optional #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub)
  • Oregon Scientific WMR-88, WMR-100, WMR-200, WMRS-200, WMR-300 (requires optional #F4U021BT 2.0 USB Hub)
  • Peet Bros: Ultimeter 100/800/2000/2100/II (requires optional #U209-000-R USB to Serial Adapter)
  • Rainwise MKIII Series (requires serial data logger from Rainwise and USB to serial converter)
  • WeatherFlow AIR and SKY stations



List of Weather Networks:

  • Ambient Weather Network
  • Weather Underground
  • Weather Underground Weather Camera
  • Meteobridge Weather Camera
  • WeatherForYou (also known as PWSweather)
  • UK MetOffice WOW
  • Windfinder
  • Windguru
  • Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP)
  • APRS
  • Open Weather Map
  • Previmeteo
  • Idokep
  • Weatherflow
  • Weather Cloud
  • Agroclima
  • Meteonews
  • Terre-net
  • AnythingWeather
  • Wetterring
  • Meteoagro Net
  • Meteoplug Cloud Graphing
  • Meteotemplate
  • Home Weather Station
  • Meteoclimatic
  • Cabure
  • Windy
  • Local Dashboard
  • WSWIN Data Feed
  • MeteoMap Cloud
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To find your WeatherBridge on your local area network:

  1. Make sure the status/reset LED is solid and not blinking rapidly. This means it has made a connection to the Internet.

  2. With a web browser on the same network, go to:

  3. Click on the IP address of your device.
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If you are not receiving the signal from the outdoor sensor suite, or the signal is weak, you can program the console to retransmit the data. The console acts as a repeater.

Reference your Console User Manual:


6152 Series:

Search for the term “retransmit”.

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To login remotely, from the System Tab on your WeatherBridge, select the checkbox “Allow login from the internet via this URL”, as shown in the following figure:

Next, click on “this URL” and your web browser will open. Copy and paste the:

encrypted URL

into an email and send to and

Below is an example URL. Your URL will be different:

Note: It can take up to one hour for this remote login URL to become active.

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It is not possible to connect to which is proprietary.

However, consider which is included.
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To remotely access your WeatherBridge and WeatherBridgePro, from a computer on your local area network (LAN), open a web browser and type:

Select the System Panel and check the box:

Next, click on this URL to view this link. Your web browser will open and display the encrypted link. Your browser address bar will look similar to this:

If you need tech support, email this encrypted URL (copy and paste it into an email) to: or

with your password.

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The Trash Can allows you to remove sensors that are no longer operating properly in your weather station system, to prevent data corruption on the hosting sites.

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To view the MAC address of the WeatherBridge or WeatherBridgePro, select the Weather Network tab from the user interface.

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  1. Make sure the date, time and time zone match on the WeatherBridge and display console. If there are different, then the rain increments will be different.
  2. To set the Time Zone and Annual Rain starting month (default is January), click on the System tab.

3. The WeatherBridge calculates rain totals independent of the console. To adjust the rain totals, go to the Live Data Panel and click into the field you wish to adjust and enter the corrected rain total(s).


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