Oregon Scientific USB Devices Driver

After starting a new station of type 'WMR100' the screen type for a Oregon Scientific WMR100 screen will appear.

Oct 22, 2008 AFAIK only if the usb driver simulates a serial port and surprisingly maybe, many pieces of equipment do just that. So unplug the device and look in Device Manager and see what Communication ports you have.(Probably Com1 and Com2.) Plug the device in and have another look at what com ports there are. 1 Set – More-USB Application – attached storage to a computer (not connected to the case click) – Connect a USB cable to use mass storage (do not click on this dialog box to cancel) – Connect USB cable – Oregon Scientific MEEP will prompt open the USB storage device to play – click.

Since the WMR100 is a USB station, WeatherTracker should find it automatically and start downloading data immediately. If the display shows an error message then consult the support forums for troubleshooting help.

The WMR100 settings are divided into sections..

1) Station Setup
2) Weather Data
3) Weather Database
4) Weather Underground
6) Custom Upload

Section 1 - Station Setup

Station Name: This is the name you gave the station when it was first setup. It is not changeable.
Channel X Sensor Name: If you have extra sensors for your WMR100 you can name them here for convenience of display on the main display.

Section 2 - Weather Data

You have the option of recording to the database instantaneous weather data sampled at a regular intervals. If you want this real-time data written to the database then check the 'Log real time data to database' check box and set the interval on how often to write out a record.

Section 3 - Weather Database

Table Name: Set the name of the table in the database. You would usually only change this if you were already recording data to a table other than the default of 'WXData'.
Database Options-
Regular WeatherTracker Database (SQLite v3): This is the default. The database will be stored in the folder reserved for application data as a SQLite version 3 database. This application data location varies depending on operating system, Windows or Macintosh. You can easily find the location of the database by choosing 'Open Support Folder' from the 'Help' menu. A window open to the support folder will open.
ODBC Database: If you want to write the data to your own database that supports and ODBC connection choose this option. The 'Choose..' button will allow you to choose an ODBC datasource that you have previously defined using the proper utility for your operating system. Mac users should look into ODBC Administrators Tool. Windows users can use the default ODBC Administration tools installed with windows.

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Section 4 - Weather Underground

Oregon Scientific USB Devices Driver

All stations use the same setup for Weather Underground. This page explains the settings.

Section 5 - CWOP

All stations use the same setup for CWOP. This page explains the settings.

Section 6 - Custom Upload

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This is used for a specific application to send weather data to a web site and process that data using a PHP script. If you don't know what this is used for then you don't need to use it. It's probably going away anyways, so don't worry about it.

Examples Of Usb Devices

Allows HomeSeer to send and receive Z-Wave commands to and from Z-Wave devices. Works with Intermatic HA09C, Intermatic HA07C and HomePro ZTH100 primary controllers (remotes). NOT for use with HomeSeer Z-Troller. The remote is used to learn your Z-Wave devices. Once learned, the device information is copied to this device using HomeSeer. This allows HomeSeer to control all of your Z-Wave devices. Devices may not be learned to this interface directly. This interface works as a secondary Z-Wave controller. For more advanced control, consider the Z-Troller, which does not require a remote control and runs as a Primary controller.

Includes a 6' USB extension cable!


  • Works as a secondary controller and requires at least one primary remote for setup
  • Gets power from the computer's USB port
  • Drivers are available from the HomeSeer Updater
  • Creates a virtual serial port on your PC and looks like a serial device. Some knowledge of your PC's device manager is required to obtain the proper COM port number
  • Green LED indicates if device has power

NOTE: Requires at least one Z-Wave remote control if this is to be used with HomeSeer.