Sorry about the awkward transition, but hopefully
you have followed us along from our previous Station Setup & App Connection Part I video,
that contained all of the steps to get your station connected to the Internet. In this video we will pick up right where
that one left off, by first highlighting the changes you’ll see on your station’s screen
once connected, and then walk you through the setup pages for how your outdoor sensor information will be brought into the La Crosse View app. So, let’s get started. In the last video we connected your station
to the Internet, upon doing so, you should have noticed some changes on its LCD screen. First, your time and date information should
have automatically been updated. Second, your Wi-Fi Indicator Icon should have
gone from flashing to solid on screen. And third, depending on the model you have,
you should see a difference in the amount and type of forecast information displayed. Keep in mind, these changes simply indicate
that your station is connected to the Internet, and may take up to 15 minutes to take effect. In the previous video, we left off on this
app screen, which is what you’ll see when your station successfully connects to your Wi-Fi network. But after you do see this “Success” dialog
box appear, simply select OK. The screen that appears next is important
to understand, as it describes the process for how your station’s sensors will be brought
into the La Crosse View app. Basically, as long as you’re running the latest
version of our app, and your sensors’ data is appearing on your in-home display, these will automatically be added into your La Crosse View account through your Notification Center. So, after pressing DONE on this page, the
app will bring you to your home screen, which should be displaying your station’s indoor
data. Within the next 15 minutes, your Notification
Center’s cloud should turn red and show a number for the amount of outdoor sensors connected
on your station. When your notifications appear, tap this icon
to continue. The following “Notifications” page will list
each of your connected sensors. Press their “ADD” buttons to sync them to
your app. An “Add Device” page will come up next. Here you’ll have to give the sensor a device name, and select a location for it to be assigned to. You can learn more about device and locations
names in our following support videos, but for now, select DONE to officially add the
sensor to your La Crosse View app. If you have multiple sensors, follow this process by pressing their ADD buttons as well. Once all of your sensors have been added,
select Done in the upper corner to go back to your home screen. Here you should now be able to swipe left
and right to see each of your individual device pages. We will go more in-depth on how this all works
in the next video. So congratulations! You have just gone through the hardest part
of setting up and using your new weather station. And now that you’re connected, you’re free
to enjoy all of the benefits the La Crosse View app has to offer. Please follow us along in the next video,
where we show you just how easy this app is to navigate. We’ll cover how to find device information,
and introduce you to the app’s most useful features. But once again, welcome to the La Crosse Technology
family. We’re glad you’re here. ~Music~