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Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations

Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations

Description

The Davis Vantage Pro2 Wired Weather Station combines a rain collector, temperature and humidity sensors, and an anemometer.

Features

  • Temperature and humidity sensors are housed inside a radiation shield for higher accuracy
  • Forecasting and on-screen graphing
  • Quick view icons show the forecast at a glance
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$595.00
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The Vantage Pro2 Wired Weather Station includes an integrated sensor suite that combines a rain collector, temperature sensor, humidity sensor, and an anemometer in one package. The temperature and humidity sensors are housed inside a standard radiation shield that protects against solar radiation and other sources of radiated and reflected heat. The quick view icons show the forecast at a glance, including sunny, partly sunny, cloudy, rain, or snow while a moving ticker-tape display gives more details. The station is available in wired or wireless versions.

Notable Specifications:
  • Wireless: No
  • Box dimensions: 11"H x 16"W x 18"L
  • Weight: 13.2lbs
What's Included:
  • (1) Vantage Pro2 console
  • (1) Integrated sensor suite
  • (1) Mounting hardware
  • (1) AC-power adapter
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations 6152C Vantage Pro2 cabled weather station
$495.84
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Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations 6152 Vantage Pro2 wireless weather station
$541.66
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Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations 6153 Vantage Pro2 wireless weather station with 24-hour fan aspirated radiation shield
$680.00
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Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Stations 6163 Vantage Pro2 wireless weather station with 24-hour fan aspirated radiation shield and UV & solar radiation sensors
$1036.00
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Davis Weather Station Mounting Tripod 7716 Weather station mounting tripod
$84.20
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Davis Vantage Pro2 Wireless Console/Receiver 6312 Vantage Pro2 wireless console/receiver
$245.84
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Davis WeatherLink Software & Data Loggers 6510USB WeatherLink software & USB data logger for Vantage Pro2 & Vantage Vue weather stations
$137.50
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Davis Weather Envoy 6316C Weather Envoy, cabled
$137.50
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