The Vantage Vue wireless weather station from Davis Instruments provides accurate, reliable weather monitoring in a compact and easy-to-install system. It features an integrated solar powered sensor array with a transmission range of up to 1000’ and updates every 2.5 seconds. The compact, high contrast LCD shows weather conditions at a glance, including indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, dew point and rainfall. You'll also get weather forecast icons, moon phase, sunrise/sunset times, graphing of weather trends, alarms and more. Vantage Vue also features an innovative Weather Center button that displays additional data on weather variables for today and over the last 25 days.
The solar-powered integrated sensor suite (rainfall collector, temperature and humidity sensors, and anemometer) is easy to set up, very reliable, and has a stored energy backup. Includes all mounting hardware except the pole. (Pole sold separately)
User can set an alarm for all of the 22 key readings (high and low, except rain which is low only). Choose from over 50 different graphs to be displayed. Change in weather since yesterday text screen with selectable variables.
Current rainfall data includes rain rate, totals for past 15-min, past 24-hour, daily, monthly, yearly (start date user-selectable) and storm (with begin date). Umbrella is displayed when two tips of the rain spoon have occurred within a 15-minute period.
Base unit uses household current or three C batteries (not included).
Specifications: Transmission Range: up to 1000' line-of-sight; 200' to 400' with wall or building interference; frequency-hopping spread spectrum radio for continuous data transmission Temperature Base: Range 32° to 140°F. Accuracy ±1°F Temperature Remote: Range -40° to 150°F. Accuracy ±1°F Humidity Base: 0 to 100% RH. Accuracy ±3% RH Humidity Remote: 0 to 100% RH. Accuracy ±3% RH Barometric Pressure: Range 16.00" to 32.50" Hg. Accuracy ±0.03" Hg Elevation range: -999' to 15000' Barometric Pressure Trend Time: User-set, 12/24 hour, alarm clock, calendar Rainfall Monthly and Yearly: Range 0 to 199.99". Accuracy ±4% Wind Speed: Range 2 to 150 mph. Accuracy ±5% Wind Direction: Range 0° to 360°. Accuracy ±3° Compass Rose: 16 Compass Points Dew Point: Range -105° to 130°F. Accuracy ±3°F Wind Chill: Range -110° to 135°F. Accuracy ±2°F Heat Index: Range -40° to 165°F. Accuracy ±3°
Size Console Size: 7.5" x 5.75" x 4.5" Display: 4.13" x 3.0"
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
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