The TeleMET II offers the ultimate flexibly for transmitting weather data from MK-III and AgroMET weather stations to RainwiseNet online cloud portal from remote areas with cellular service.
The latest technology in remote connectivity offering a standalone data access module for RainWise wireless weather stations, the next generation TeleMET II cellular telemetry unit offers the ultimate flexibly for transmitting weather data from their MK-III and AgroMET lines of weather stations to RainwiseNet online cloud portal from remote areas with cellular service. The TeleMET II also delivers RainWise weather station data to other portals serviced by RainwiseNet such as the Weather Underground PWS network. RainWise API’s are also available for easy integration of data into 3rd party sites.
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|815-0033||TeleMET II cellular telemetry unit, CDMA||
|Usually ships in 3-5 days|
|815-0240||TeleMET II cellular telemetry unit, GSM||
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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