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Vaisala WXT535 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor

Vaisala WXT535 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor


The Vaisala WXT535 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor simultaneously measures air temperature, humidity, pressure and rainfall in a compact platform with optional heating.


  • Low power consumption is ideal for battery powered systems
  • No moving parts for durability and long maintenance intervals
  • Easy integration with 3rd party data collection platforms
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The WXT530 is a series of weather instruments that provides six of the most important weather parameters, which are air pressure, temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind speed and direction through various combinations. You can select the transmitter with the needed parameter(s) into your weather application, with a large variety of digital communication modes and wide range of voltages. There is a heated option available. Low power consumption enables solar panel applications. The Vaisala WXT530 Series focuses on maintenance-free operations in a cost effective manner.

The series offers analog input options for additional third party analog sensors. With the help of the built in analog to digital converters, you can turn the Weather Transmitter WXT530 into a small, cost effective weather parameter hub. Additional parameters include the solar radiation and external temperature sensor. Further, the analog mA output option for wind speed and direction enables wide variety of industrial applications. The WXT530 exceeds IEC60945 maritime standard.

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The WXT530 Series has a unique Vaisala solid state sensor technology. To measure wind the ultrasonic Vaisala WINDCAP Sensors are applied to determine horizontal wind speed and direction. Barometric pressure, temperature, and humidity measurements are combined in the PTU module using capacitive measurement for each parameter. This module is easy to change without any contact with the sensors. The precipitation measurement is based on the unique acoustic Vaisala RAINCAP Sensor without flooding, clogging, wetting, and evaporation losses.

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Vaisala 8-Pin M12 Male Connector Assembly 224171 8-pin M12 male connector assembly In Stock
Vaisala M12 Female Terminal Block Connector 212416 8-pin M12 female terminal block connector In Stock
Vaisala 8-pin M12 Cable with Bare Wires 222287 8-pin M12 female cable with bare wires on one end, 2m In Stock
Vaisala 8-pin M12 Cable with Bare Wires 222288 8-pin M12 female cable with bare wires on one end, 10m In Stock
Vaisala 8-pin M12 Cable with Dual Connectors 215952 8-pin M12 cable with female & male connectors, 10m In Stock
Vaisala Mounting Kit 212792 Mounting kit for 3/4" pipe In Stock
Vaisala Bird Spike Kit 212793 Bird spike kit In Stock
Vaisala Service Pack 2 220614 Service Pack 2: configuration tool for Windows, USB service cable In Stock
Vaisala WSP150 Surge Protector WSP150 Surge protector for Vaisala ultrasonic wind sensors In Stock
Vaisala WSP152 Surge Protector WSP152 Surge protector for host PC (e.g. USB connection). Includes M12 connectors. For use with 220782 and 215952. In Stock
Vaisala RS-232/485-to-USB Cable Adapter 220782 RS-232/485-to-USB cable adapter with 8-pin M12 female connector, 1.4m In Stock

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