Davis Weather Instruments 6152C Cabled Vantage Pro2 with Standard Radiation Shield
We've been looking into smaller companies that provide high quality weather stations for your home or business. We like the fact the sensor on the Davis 6152C weather station has an integrated rain, humidity, and anemometer. The sensor is also housed in a standard radiation shield which gives for better temperature readings. This system is also cabled instead of being wireless, which should give it better all-weather performance.
An outdoor integrated sensor.
- Provides accurate weather data in a sophisticated yet easy-to-read format.
- Stylish LCD console provides continual updated weather information.
- Cabled weather station is easy to install.
- Detailed instruction manual included and technical support available.
- Weather information includes inside/outside temperature, rainfall amount, humidity levels, wind speed, wind direction and wind chill factor.
- Additional weather information includes barometric pressure, heat index, dew point, time of sunrise and sunset, forecasting icons and much more.
- Rain collector is self-emptying tipping bucket reading rainfall in 0.01-inch increments.
- Standard radiation shield protects sensors from harmful reflected or radiated heat.
- Integrated sensor suite includes detachable anemometer with 40 feet of additional cable.
- Sensor suite is powered by solar energy with backup battery life span of 1 to 2 years.
- Weather station includes 100 feet of 4-conducter 26AWG cable plus extra anemometer cable.
- Maximum anemometer wind speed capability rated to approximately 170 mph.
- Console powered by AC adapter with 3 "C" backup batteries (not included).
- All mounting hardware is included.
- Optional mounting pole and tripod are available.
- For additional technical specifications please visit www.davisnet.com
- One-year manufacturer warranty.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 13, 2007 7:47 AM