Only in service since about October 27, 2019, my Roof top pole mounted sky unit has failed for low voltage (solar panel, no battery). Voltage dropped to 2.11V, and STATE says “REPLACE”.
We have probably been in the 20’s a few days, perhaps as low as 10 - 20F a few mornings (oh, I guess it is in my records! 11/13 7.2F), maybe one or two 3" snow flurries. It can get down to -30F (more like -25F a couple of mornings a year), with up to four foot snows here in central New York.
So what do I need to do now. Fortunately, there may still be time to get on the roof to access the 10’ pole before the roof gets ice covered, sometimes for weeks. Do I need to replace the sky unit?
I really like these projects (I ordered a Tempest), and what your company is doing. I tell others about my new weatherflow station every chance I get, and how pleased I am with it.
Please tell me these units do not routinely fail in less than one year (Or, please solve the problem).