Davis Vantage Pro2 Wireless ISS Transmitter (7345.952) and Solar Panel Cover (7345.114)

Manufacturer Davis Instruments

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A special combined price for a replacement ISS PCB suitable for the Vantage Pro2 wireless range of weather stations and the ISS cover including the integrated solar panel. Replacement Wireless...
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A special combined price for a replacement ISS PCB suitable for the Vantage Pro2 wireless range of weather stations and the ISS cover including the integrated solar panel.

Replacement Wireless Vantage Pro2 ISS PCB which includes the rear plastic mounting case and connected antenna. Wireless model for use within the UK and European Union suitable for all model of Pro2 and a number of external sensor transmitters that have the 5 sensor connectors.

  • Operating Temperature: -40¡ to +150¡F (-40¡ to +65¡C)
  • Battery Life (3-Volt Lithium cell): 8 months without sunlight - greater than 2 years depending on solar charging at installed location
  • Connectors, Sensor: Modular RJ-11 Wind / Rain / Temp / UV / Solar
  • Housing Material: UV-resistant ABS, ASA plastic
  • Transmit Frequency: 868.0 - 868.6 MHz FHSS
  • ID Codes Available: 8
  • Range: Line of Sight up to 1000 feet (300 m)

    In January 2016 a revision was made to the PCB to support the latest high accuracy temperature / humidity sensor.  If this transmitter is used to send temperature data from a unit manufactured before 1st January 2016 a small offset of 0.5C will need to be applied at the console - full details below video.

    White internal cover descriptions may vary, but a suitable replacement PCBA (printed circuit board assembly) for wireless Vantage Pro2 and Vantage Pro2 Plus Integrated Sensor Suites, Wireless Temperature Station (6372), Wireless Temperature/Humidity Station (6382), and for Anemometer Transmitter Kit (6332).

    Installation video from Davis below:

    If you are replacing a December 2015 or earlier transmitter with this unit and are using a temperature sensor also from before December 2015 you will need to make an offset adjustment on the Davis console increasing the temperature reading by 0.5C (0.9F) to prevent a lower than expected value. 

    To identify the age of your transmitter. Check the manufacturing code on the transmitter white panel above the sensor connectors. This will consist of 1 or 2 letters followed by 6 numbers. The number format is YYMMDD, so a transmitter with 120213 would be 13th February 2012. On transmitters before 2011 a single digit was used YMMDD.

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