RainWise Weather Oracle Multi Wireless Displays

The Weather Oracle Multi Display receives the weather instrument data via radio signal from the MK-III sensor assemblies.

Features

  • Bright LED display can be viewed from across a room, under any lighting conditions
  • Wireless design allows the user to have as many displays and/or computer interfaces as desired
  • May be placed anywhere convenient to a wall outlet, such as on a table or desk
List Price $495.00
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RainWise Weather Oracle Multi Wireless Displays801-0001 Weather Oracle Multi wireless display with cherry frame, 2.4 GHz
$445.50
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RainWise Weather Oracle Multi Wireless Displays 801-0002 Weather Oracle Multi wireless display with mahogany frame, 2.4 GHz
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RainWise Weather Oracle Multi Wireless Displays 801-0003 Weather Oracle Multi wireless display with black frame, 2.4 GHz
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RainWise MK-III Wireless Weather Stations 800-0010 MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity & pressure; 2.4 GHz (1600m) wireless communication
$805.50
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RainWise MK-III Wireless Weather Stations 800-0009 MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity, pressure & rainfall; 2.4 GHz (1600m) wireless communication
$895.50
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RainWise MK-III Wireless Weather Stations 800-0007 MK-III weather station with wind speed & direction, temperature, humidity, pressure, rainfall, solar radiation & leaf wetness; 2.4 GHz (1600m) wireless communication
$1,300.50
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Every measured or calculated parameter has a display, including a wind direction indicator. Some windows have options on what is displayed, the temperature window will display either outside temperature, inside temperature, wind chill or dew point. In addition to the real-time data, the Weather Oracle records minimum and maximum values, with time of occurrence, for wind speed, temperature, relative humidity, temperature humidity index, dew point, and barometer. For rainfall, two different accumulations are recorded. Each rainfall counter shows the time and date of the last counter reset.

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