RainWise MK-III Modbus Weather Stations

The RainWise Modbus series of fully assembled, compact wired weather stations offer an economical option for many industrial applications.

Features

  • Fully assembled and factory calibrated
  • Optional battery and solar powered systems where AC power is not available
  • Easy integration to most SCADA and PLC systems via RS-485 Modbus RTU interface
Starting At $1,395.00
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The RainWise MK-III Modbus series of fully assembled, compact wired weather stations offer an economical option for many industrial applications. Equipped with the Modbus RTU interface, the RainWise Modbus line easily integrates with building automation, large argricultural operations, and industrial control systems. Based on the popular RainWise MK-III wireless sensor assembly, parameters include: wind speed, wind direction, barometric pressure, humidity, temperature, rainfall. Leaf wetness and solar radiation are available in the agricultural model. For applications where power is not available, a battery/solar powered alternative is also available.

The RainWise MK-III Modbus series provides instantaneous, on-site weather data for operational decisions in public safety and industries affected by weather conditions. All sensor measurements meet the exacting requirements of users in demanding applications where cost, quality and performance are essential.

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RainWise MK-III Modbus Weather Stations
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MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity, pressure & rainfall; Modbus wired communication
$1,395.00
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RainWise MK-III Modbus Weather Stations
800-0303
MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity, pressure & rainfall; Modbus wired communication with solar charging
$1,495.00
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RainWise MK-III Modbus Weather Stations
800-0240
MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity, pressure, rainfall, solar radiation & leaf wetness; Modbus wired communication
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