Davis Vantage Pro2 Plus Wireless Sensor Suite only (6327OV)

Manufacturer Davis Instruments

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Wireless Vantage Pro2 Integrated Sensor Suite with both Solar and UV sensors and  Standard Radiation Shield suitable for use with an existing Vantage Pro2, WeatherLink LIVE, Vue or Weather Envoy receiver. This...
£1,060.20 £975.00


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Wireless Vantage Pro2 Integrated Sensor Suite with both Solar and UV sensors and  Standard Radiation Shield suitable for use with an existing Vantage Pro2, WeatherLink LIVE, Vue or Weather Envoy receiver.

This weather station sensor suite combines the new 2019 rain collector, temperature / humidity sensor and anemometer in one package with the solar powered transmitter (no console). Still the first and only weather station in its class to use frequency hopping spread spectrum radio technology to transmit weather data up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Features

  • Fast updates every 2.5 seconds
  • Wireless transmission from station up to 1,000 ft. (300 m)

    Includes

    • Solar powered Integrated Sensor Suite:
      • Solar Radiation Sensor
      • UV Sensor
      • AeroCone Rain collector with bird spikes
      • Single rain tipping spoon mechanism
      • Latest SHT31 temperature and humidity sensor
      • Anemometer with 40' (12 m) anemometer cable
      • Solar panel for data transmission 
    • Mounting hardware
    • Backup lithium battery
    • Mounting Shelf

      Specifications

      • Electronic components are housed in a weather-resistant shelter.
      • Wireless range is up to 1,000 ft (300 m) outdoors, line of sight. Typical range through walls under most conditions is 200 to 400 ft (60 to 120 m).
      • UK wireless specification product, CE approved and suitable for use with all UK and EU wireless receivers / consoles.
      • Add wireless repeaters for distances up to 1.7 miles (2.7 km).

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