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Spectrum WatchDog 2800 Weather Station

Spectrum WatchDog 2800 Weather Station

Description

The WatchDog 2800 weather station includes nine 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 2800 Station is ideal where multiple sensor measurements are required for temperature or soil moisture data. Customize the station to your application by choosing up to eight plug-in sensors, plus one optional rainfall sensor. The 2800 Station features the same memory, power source and LCD as other WatchDog Stations, and accepts the same communication devices and sensors. Requires SpecWare Pro software.

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