Yes, you can. Just log into your account on WeatherLink.com 1.0 and click on the “My Account” link. Click “edit” next to My Account. Click the “Change Username” link next to your username and follow the instructions.
What Are DID And Key Code, And How Do I Find Them?
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The DID and Key Code uniquely identify your WeatherLinkIP, Vantage Connect, and WeatherLink Network Annual Subscription on the WeatherLink Network (WeatherLink.com). They are both required to create an account on WeatherLink.com and are used to link your device/service with your WeatherLink.com account.
A “DID” is your Device ID. It is 12 characters long and consists of numbers 0 through 9 and letters A through F.
The DID is found in these places:
Vantage Connect: Next to “DID” on the label attached to the plastic cover inside the Vanatge Connect and on the front cover of your Vantage Connect manual.
WeatherLinkIP: A label attached to the side of the WeatherLinkIP data logger contains the DID and Key.
WeatherLink Network Annual Subscription: When you register on WeatherLink.com for your account, a DID and Key will be provided for you as part of the registration process.
To move the weatherlink data from your old PC use Windows Explorer to find and look in the Weatherlink installation folder. This WeatherLink folder is typically installed at the root (c:) or under the program files directory (c:Program Files). There will be a folder named after the name you chose for your station in WeatherLink (e.g. C:weatherlinkbrettsWX). Copy this entire folder, named after you station, and copy it to the new Weatherlink folder on your new PC. You can then open that station on the new PC and all the data should be there.
Alternatively, you can move only the individual data files. After creating a new station on the new PC using WeatherLink, copy only the old data files (not the whole folder as above) and place them in the “station name” folder on the new PC. The data files will have a .wlk extension and will be named by year and month (e.g. 2011-09.wlk is Sept. 2011 data).
If you urgently need to access your weather data while at your remote site but have no access to a PC with an internet connection you can connect a laptop (or PC) directly to the Vantage Connect and download all of the archive records in its memory using the supplied WeatherLink software. You will need an interface cable. Please call us to request a Connect interface cable.
Select Local Device ID (DID) and click the Find button. This will populate the Local Device ID field with your DID #. If you know the IP address for your data logger, you can enter it into the remote IP address field instead.
Once your device is found, click the Start button. A Firmware Information Dialogue box will appear advising you of your current Firmware version. Click OK to proceed or Cancel to stop the update.
Once you click START, the progress bar will begin to show the update progressing. Once complete another dialogue box will appear advising Firmware Update Succesful! Simply click OK and you’re all Done.