Global Water WE900 Weather Station

The Global Water WE900 Weather Station is an easy-to-use and economical weather station for monitoring many weather conditions.

Features

  • Easy-to-use and economical
  • High quality, rugged, industrial grade sensors for monitoring, alarming, and reporting
  • Electronics are fully encapsulated for complete protection and long operating life
List Price $3,833.00
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Overview
The Global Water WE900 Weather Station is an easy-to-use and economical weather station for monitoring many weather conditions. The weather station is designed to be a drop-in weather monitoring station for easy integration with existing systems. The weather station's 4-20mA sensors will interface with any SCADA, PLC, or RTU system that can accept a 4-20mA input.

Installation
Global Water's Weather Station includes full assembly on a sturdy and durable stainless steel tube frame that can be mounted onto a pre-existing base or onto the WE830 Global Water Tripod for proper installation. The unit is designed for durability and endurance in harsh conditions. The WE770 Solar Shield, a ventilated sun shield with high reflectiveness, low heat retention, and low thermoconductivity, is provided as protection and a mounting platform for the Temperature and Humidity sensors.
Includes the following weather sensors and installation hardware:

  • WE550 Wind Speed Sensor
  • WE570 Wind Direction Sensor
  • WE700 Temperature Sensor
  • WE600 Humidity Sensor
  • WE770 Solar Shield
  • WE820 Weather Station Mounting Frame
  • Junction box
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