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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations

Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations

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Spectrum 1000 Series Micro Stations are the cost-effective choice for recording environmental conditions over a period of time.

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  • Internal sensors can include temperature and humidity
  • Up to 4 external sensor ports
  • LCD displays current sensor readings and battery level
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Micro Stations are the cost-effective choice for recording environmental conditions over a period of time. Whether it's weather or soil moisture monitoring, the WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Station will deliver timely, accurate data. The LCD display confirms station operation and provides current sensor readings. The stations are customizable with up to four unique external plug-in sensors. Change monitoring parameters from one season to the next, simply by connecting a different sensor. Options include a water resistant Sliding Enclosure and a Waterproof Enclosure to protect the Micro Station from the elements.

  • Internal sensors can include temperature and humidy
  • With up to 4 external sensor ports, you choose the sensors you need
  • LCD displays current sensor readings and battery level
  • Select measurement intervals from 1 to 60 minutes
  • Log 10,584 intervals (220 days at 30 minute intervals), 8,064 intervals with virtual channels enabled (for SMEC 300)
  • Data is stored in fail-safe non-volatile memory
  • Water-resistant case
  • 12-month battery life (CR2450, included)
  • Transfer data with a direct-connect cable or Data Shuttle
  • Requires SpecWare 9 Basic or Pro software
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3680WD1 WatchDog 1200 Micro Station, includes (2) external ports (A, D)
$247.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3681WD1 WatchDog 1225 Micro Station, includes internal temp & (1) external port (A)
$263.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3682WD1 WatchDog 1250 Micro Station, includes internal temp/RH & (0) external ports
$309.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3685WD1 WatchDog 1400 Micro Station, includes (4) external ports (A, B, C, D)
$319.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3683WD1 WatchDog 1425 Micro Station, includes internal temp & (3) external ports (A, B, D)
$335.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3684WD1 WatchDog 1450 Micro Station, includes internal temp/RH & (2) external ports (A, D)
$381.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3687WD1 WatchDog 1525 Micro Station, includes internal temp & (4) external ports (A, B, C, D)
$371.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations 3688WD1 WatchDog 1650 Micro Station, includes internal temp/RH & (4) external ports (A, B, C, D)
$458.00
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Spectrum SpecWare 9 Basic Software 3654B9 SpecWare 9 Basic software
$99.00
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Spectrum SpecWare 9 Pro Software 3654P9 SpecWare 9 Pro software
$199.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000/2000 Data Shuttle 3679WD1 WatchDog 1000/2000 Series data shuttle
$340.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Sliding Enclosure 3658A WatchDog 1000 Series sliding enclosure
$40.00
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Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Waterproof Enclosure 3659WD1 WatchDog 1000 Series waterproof enclosure
$92.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Radiation Shield 3663A WatchDog A-Series & 1000 Series radiation shield
$87.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge 3665R WatchDog tipping bucket rain gauge, 6 ft. cable
$189.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Soil Temperature Sensors 3667 WatchDog soil temperature sensor, 6 ft. cable
$47.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Soil Temperature Sensors 3667-20 WatchDog soil temperature sensor, 20 ft. cable
$57.00
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Spectrum LightScout Solar Radiation Sensor 3670I LightScout solar radiation sensor, 6 ft. cable
$257.00
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Spectrum LightScout PAR Sensor 3668I LightScout PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$229.00
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Spectrum LightScout Line PAR Sensor 3668I3 LightScout 3-sensor bar line PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$315.00
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Spectrum LightScout Line PAR Sensor 3668I6 LightScout 6-sensor bar line PAR sensor, 6 ft. cable
$385.00
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Spectrum LightScout UV Light Sensor 3676I LightScout UV light sensor, 6 ft. cable
$256.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Watermark Soil Moisture Sensors 6450WD WatchDog Watermark soil moisture sensor, 11 ft. cable
$72.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Watermark Soil Moisture Sensors 6450WD20 WatchDog Watermark soil moisture sensor, 25 ft. cable
$82.00
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Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors 6460 WaterScout SM 100 soil moisture sensor, 6 ft. cable
$89.00
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Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors 6460-20 WaterScout SM 100 soil moisture sensor, 20 ft. cable
$99.00
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Spectrum WaterScout SMEC 300 Soil Moisture Sensors 6470-6 WaterScout SMEC 300 soil moisture, conductivity & temperature sensor, 6 ft. cable
$229.00
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Spectrum WaterScout SMEC 300 Soil Moisture Sensors 6470-20 WaterScout SMEC 300 soil moisture, conductivity & temperature sensor, 20 ft. cable
$239.00
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Spectrum WatchDog Leaf Wetness Sensor 3666 WatchDog leaf wetness sensor, 6 ft. cable
$99.00
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