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Davis Envoy8X

Davis Envoy8X

Description

The Davis Envoy8X logs data from up to 8 different transmitters in any combination and reports to a weather database.

Features

  • Data can be exported to and used in Microsoft Access, Excel, SQL Server
  • Fully compatible with wireless Vantage Pro2 and Vantage Vue stations and sensors
  • Use archive intervals as small as 30 seconds
List Price
$225.00
Your Price
$187.50
In Stock

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Product Description
With 32 times the memory of our Weather Envoy, Envoy8X receives and logs data simultaneously from up to eight transmitting stations, in any combination - even eight Integrated Sensor Suites or eight Leaf Wetness & Soil Moisture/Temperature Stations! That means you can get data from 32 soil moisture sensors on one Envoy8X! Includes robust software that allows for data from many sensors and multiple Envoy8Xs to produce very large databases in Microsoft Access®, MySQL®, or Microsoft SQL Server®. You select which sensors to log, and choose a logging interval from 10 seconds to 2 hours. Use archive intervals as small as 30 seconds. You can even add select third-party sensors that report readings in a 0-3 volt range. Data can be easily exported to a spreadsheet program such as Excel®, or to WeatherLink to take advantage of WeatherLink's graphing and reports.


Key features:

  • Collect and store weather data in your own database from up to 8 Davis stations or 32 soil moisture sensors
  • 32 times more data logging capacity than our regular Envoy
  • Export for use with WeatherLink
  • Compatible with a solar power kit (#6610) and System Shelter (#7724)
  • Use non-Davis sensors through the 'raw data' specification


Storage capacity depends upon the logging interval, but is so large that you can download a remote field installation when it?s most convenient. For example, an Envoy8X logging two Integrated Sensor Suites and two Soil Moisture/Leaf Wetness stations at a 15-minute update interval will store over 365 days worth of data.
Envoy8X has built-in temperature and humidity sensors, as well as a barometer. The software will report data from those sensors as 'inside' data, effectively giving you a ninth ?station.? You may connect an external temperature probe (6475 or 6477) to replace the Envoy8X's internal temperature probe. Receives data from all Vantage Pro2 radios and repeaters. Includes an AC-power adapter; may also be run using Solar Power Kit (7707), or on three AA batteries. Expected battery life is one to four months depending on the logging interval. Requires WeatherLink for Windows (USB or Serial).

System Requirements:

  • Windows® XP, Vista™ or 7 operating system
  • 32 MB memory (64 MB recommended)
  • VGA/SVGA monitor (800 x 600 or higher recommended)
  • MS Access run-time engine is included. MS Excel, MySQL and SQL Server are not included


Note: Compatible with Windows platform only; not compatible with Mac. Not compatible with Vantage Connect or cabled sensors. This unit does not retransmit.

What's Included:
  • (1) Envoy8X
  • (1) Envoy8X software
  • (1) AC adapter
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis Envoy8X 6318 Envoy8X, requires WeatherLink software
$187.50
In Stock

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