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.
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.
Sharing Your Weather Data
Data logger fits neatly into all of the following models: Vantage Pro, Vantage Pro2, Vantage Vue, and Weather Envoy.
Data Storage & Transfer
Requires Windows XP and above with an available USB port
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