6510SER

Davis WeatherLink Windows Serial Port

Davis WeatherLink Windows Serial Port

Description

The Davis WeatherLink Windows Serial Port fits neatly into a weather station console or Weather Envoy, storing data when when not connected to a PC.

Features

  • Graph data on a daily, weekly, or yearly basis
  • Data can be exported to most popular spreadsheets, databases, and word processing programs
  • See current conditions at a glance with an instant weather bulletin
List Price
$165.00
Your Price
$137.50
In Stock

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Add this popular model of WeatherLink to any Vantage station or Weather Envoy. Suitable for everyone from the home weather buff to the most demanding scientific user. Store weather data even when it's not connected to a computer. Later, download the data and use the software for detailed analysis and graphing. Our popular WeatherLink with standard data logger is ideal for most purposes, while other models add special features designed for specific user groups.

Features

Expanded Reporting

  • Compare Data View multiple weather variables at the same time for comparison
  • NOAA Create Weather Watcher Reports in NOAA National Climatic Data Center Format
  • More Weather Data View weather information not available on the console, including heating degree days, cooling degree days, and fuel-oil demand
  • Optional Sensor Reporting With optional UV and solar radiation sensors, get details on sunburn risk and solar energy
  • Moon Phase With Vantage Pro2 and Vantage Vue, you can see the phase of the moon right on the console.But now even Perception and Weather Wizard III owners can view the phases of the moon using WeatherLink


Sharing Your Weather Data

  • Weather Website Create a weather website or post weather conditions to a LAN. Add graphs, text lines, or scrolling ticker tapes, and upload other files (such as webcam images) along with weather data
  • Citizen Weather Observer Program Submit your data to the National Weather Service to help develop improved weather prediction models
  • The GLOBE Program Participate with other schools in the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment program, an international weather-related program for students from elementary through high school. Supported by NASA and NSF


Compatibility
Data logger fits neatly into all of the following models: Vantage Pro, Vantage Pro2, Vantage Vue, and Weather Envoy.

Data Storage & Transfer

  • User-Selectable Storage Interval. Choose 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, or 120 minutes. Store up to six months' worth of data depending on the storage interval. (Up to four months for Perception or Weather Wizard III.)
  • Standard Data Logger. Log and store data, even when the data logger is not connected to your PC. Transfer the data as often as you like, or leave the software running to transfer it automatically each day


System Requirements
Requires Windows XP and above with an available USB port

What's Included:
  • (1) Datalogger
  • (1) Software CD
  • (1) Download cable
  • (1) Quick start guide
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis WeatherLink Windows Serial Port 6510SER WeatherLink Windows serial port for Vantage Vue and Vantage Pro2 series
$137.50
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