METER ATMOS 14 Four-in-One Weather Sensor

The ATMOS 14 temperature and humidity sensor measures and output air temperature, RH, barometric pressure, and vapor pressure.

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  • All weather station data transmitted over a single wire
  • Rugged design to withstand long-term exposure to hostile conditions
  • Digital SDI-12 communication
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METER ATMOS 14 Four-in-One Weather Sensor41142-P ATMOS 14 air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure & vapor pressure sensor with solar radiation shield, 5m cable
$324.00
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METER ATMOS 14 Four-in-One Weather Sensor
41142-P
ATMOS 14 air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure & vapor pressure sensor with solar radiation shield, 5m cable
In Stock
$324.00

The ATMOS 14 temperature and humidity sensor measures and output air temperature, RH, barometric pressue, and vapor pressure. A rugged design allows the ATMOS 14 to withstand long-term exposure to hostile conditions, making it ideal for a wide range of applications including standard meteorological monitoring, evapotranspiration measurement, greenhouse monitoring and control, and building humidity monitoring for mold prevention and remediation.

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