UART readings from Sky

I had a Sky lying around that has been replaced due to problems with the haptic sensor. On the PCB i saw an RX and TX with the description UART. Decided to hook up an USb TTL interface i had lying around.

Powering up the Sky module i could see the following communication

Reset info: 0x04 (PWR)
Extended reset info: 0x0401 (HV )
Init: 0x00
EUID: D0 CF 5E FF FE AC 9D E1
BOOTING (0) (): SK-5546
Factory Sensor Constants: 458400 3819 200 2147483647
Network up
Testing Network: PASSED
Release Mode
Initialize Sensors
Initialize I2C
APDS9200 Status: 0
UV/ALS Type: APDS-9200
Testing UV/ALS: PASSED
Initialize Sonic
Enable sonic
Interval: 3000
Testing Sonic: PASSED
Initialize Rain Sensor
Disdrometer regular power mode
Disdrometer Start. Sample Rate: 16384
Testing Rain Sensor: PASSED
Generating report
Getting Readings
Reset sonic
Last Report Time: 0 currTime: 0
HUB->WS RSSI: -127
TX Power: 19
Reading buffer size: 1
TX Reading: 0 1 0
Reading buffer size: 0

WeatherFlow sonic anemometer online, v2.4
Offset values: 261 512 209 -77 Noise Floor: 21 (TOF), CutIn: 41 (TOF)
Wavelock values: 16 16 18 26
Pair Ratios: 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
CSpd C_TOF SPD TOF Dir (Dir) AB BC CD DA X Y Sonic Wavelock: PASSED
Sonic Interval: 3000

Sonic Ready
Setting Debug: 0
Generating report
Getting Readings
Last Report Time: 0 currTime: 60
HUB->WS RSSI: -57
TX Power: 19
Reading buffer size: 1
TX Reading: 60 1 0
Reading buffer size: 0
sky>Generating report
Getting Readings
Last Report Time: 60 currTime: 120
HUB->WS RSSI: -58
TX Power: 19
Reading buffer size: 1
TX Reading: 120 1 0
Reading buffer size: 0
Generating report
Getting Readings
Disdrometer low power mode: 1972 2048
Last Report Time: 120 currTime: 180
Disdrometer low power mode: 1972 2048
HUB->WS RSSI: -56
TX Power: 19
Reading buffer size: 1
TX Reading: 180 1 0
Reading buffer size: 0
Generating report
Getting Readings
Last Report Time: 180 currTime: 240
HUB->WS RSSI: -53
TX Power: 19
Reading buffer size: 1
TX Reading: 240 1 0
Reading buffer size: 0
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Dunno if anybody has done this already but i was curious. FYI i had fitted a new haptic sensor, was wondering if i could get it to work

i had to look up what a disdrometer was :wink:

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