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Spectrum WatchDog 2550 Weather Station

Spectrum WatchDog 2550 Weather Station

Description

The WatchDog 2550 weather station includes sensors for wind speed/direction, temperature, dew point and RH. It also has six available external sensor channels for soil moisture, soil temperature or other sensors.

Features

  • Measurement interval from 1 to 60 minutes (holds 183 days of data with a 30 minute interval)
  • Logs data in fail-safe, non-volatile memory
  • 10-month battery life with four AA alkaline batteries
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The WatchDog 2550 weather station includes sensors for wind speed/direction, temperature, dew point and RH. It also has six available external sensor channels for soil moisture, soil temperature or other sensors.
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