Davis Vantage Pro2 Wireless Console/Receiver

The Davis Vantage Pro2 Wireless Console/Receiver is used to view data from a Wireless Vantage Pro2.

Features

  • For use in additional locations
  • Use with wireless temperature, temperature/humidity, leaf wetness and soil moisture/temperature stations
  • Compatible with Vantage Pro2 wireless weather stations
List Price $295.00
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  • Barometric pressure resolution: 0.01'' Hg; 0.1 mm; 0.1 hPa; 0.1 mb
  • Barometric pressure range: 16'' to 32.5'' Hg, 410 to 820 mm, 540 to 1100 hPa, 540 to 1100 mb
  • Barometric pressure nominal accuracy: 0.03'' Hg, 0.8 mm Hg, 1.0 hPa, 1.0 mb
  • Inside humidity resolution: 1%
  • Inside humidity range: 1 to 100%
  • Inside humidity nominal accuracy: 3% RH; 4% above 90%
  • Outside humidity resolution: 1%
  • Outside humidity range: 1 to 100%
  • Outside humidity nominal accuracy: 3% RH; 4% above 90%
  • Dew point resolution: 1°F; 1°C
  • Dew point range: -105° to +130°F; -76° to +54°C
  • Dew point nominal accuracy: 3°F; 1.5°C
  • Leaf wetness resolution: 1
  • Leaf wetness range: 0 to 15
  • Leaf wetness nominal accuracy: 0.5
  • Soil moisture resolution: 1cb
  • Soil moisture range: 0 to 200cb
  • Rain rate resolution: 0.01”; 0.2 mm
  • Rain rate range: to 96''/hr.; 2438 mm/hr
  • Rain rate nominal accuracy: greater of 5% or 0.04”/hr.; 1 mm/hr
  • Solar radiation resolution: 1 W/m2
  • Solar radiation range: 0 to 1800 W/m2
  • Solar radiation nominal accuracy: 5% of full scale
  • Inside temperature resolution: 0.1°F; 0.1°C
  • Inside temperature range: +32° to +140°F; 0 to +60°C
  • Inside temperature nominal accuracy: 1°F; 0.5°C
  • Outside temperature resolution: 0.1°F; 0.1°C
  • Outside temperature range: -40° to +150°F;-40° to +65°C
  • Outside temperature nominal accuracy: 1°F; 0.5°C
  • Wind direction resolution: 1°
  • Wind direction range: 0 to 360°
  • Wind direction nominal accuracy: 3°
  • Wind speed resolution: 1 mph; 1 kt; 0.4 m/s; 1 km/h
  • Wind speed range: 2 to 180 mph, 2 to 156 kts, 3 to 290 km/h, 1 to 80 m/s
  • Wind speed nominal accuracy: greater of2 mph/kts; 1 m/s; 3 km/h or 5%
  • Wind chill resolution: 1°F; 1°C
  • Wind chill range: -110° to +135°F-79° to +57°C
  • Wind chill nominal accuracy: 2°F;1°C
  • Box dimensions: 3"H x 10"W x 13"L
  • Weight: 2.7lbs
  • (1) Console/receiver
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