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WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental

WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental

Description

Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor

Features

  • Measures six weather parameters including precipitation
  • SDI-12 data output
  • Compatible with 3100-MAST or SDL500 data loggers
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$66.00
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The WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor simultaneously measures wind speed and direction, heading, liquid precipitation, barometric pressure, temperature, and relative humidity.
What's Included:
  • (1) WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor
  • (1) 10m cable assembly
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental WS600-D Rental of Lufft WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor, priced per day
$66.00
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WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental WS600-2D Rental of Lufft WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor, priced per 2-day period
$106.00
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WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental WS600-W Rental of Lufft WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor, priced per week
$185.00
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WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental WS600-2W Rental of Lufft WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor, priced per 2-week period
$278.00
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WS600 Multi-Parameter Weather Sensor Rental WS600-M Rental of Lufft WS600 multi-parameter weather sensor, priced per month
$397.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
3100-MAST Cellular Telemetry System Rental 3100-MAST-D Rental of NexSens 3100-iSIC data logging system with cellular modem telemetry & solar panel kit, priced per day
$80.00
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