RainWise MK-III Wireless Weather Stations

The Rainwise MK-III weather stations offer a real-time 2-second wind speed and direction update interval for durable and accurate weather readings.

Features

  • Solar charged system for continuous operation
  • Long range 2.4 GHz radio transmits up to 1600m
  • Manufactured in the USA with 2-year standard warranty
$895.00
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Overview
The RainWise MK-III sensor features a powerful new 2.4 GHz spread spectrum radio that Increases range to 1-mile line of sight. It also features a real-time 2-second wind speed and direction update interval. An 18” Mounting Mast is included with purchase.

Easy-to-Install
The MKlll-LR is a wireless, solar-powered weather station providing the best accuracy of any consumer weather station on the market. This compact, rugged and elegantly designed unit comes fully assembled, providing quick and easy installation. The MKlll-LR’s lightweight and compact design makes installation quick and easy. The MKlll-LR is supplied with a detachable mast section that can be secured to an existing structure.

Benefits

  • Transmission range of up to one mile
  • Rapid data refresh rate of every 2 seconds
  • Tipping bucket rain gauge option available
  • Unique aervane design - Trademark rotary blade design eliminates freezing or breaking potential
  • Utilizes an internal, contact-free magnetic system that provides constant horizontal wind tracking, leaving no mechanical parts to wear out over time and require replacement.
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