Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations

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

Features

  • Internal sensors can include temperature and humidity
  • Up to 4 external sensor ports
  • LCD displays current sensor readings and battery level
$255.00
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Overview
The Spectrum WatchDog 1000 Series Micro Stations are a cost-effective choice for recording environmental conditions over a period of time. 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.

Benefits

  • Internal sensors can include temperature and humidity
  • 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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