Spectrum WatchDog 2000 Series Mini Stations

The WatchDog 2000 Series Mini Stations are ideal where multiple sensor measurements are required for temperature, soil moisture, crop canopy light or leaf wetness data.


  • NEMA-4 type IP66 enclosure and weatherproof connectors
  • Built-in data logger stores measurements in fail-safe, non-volatile memory
  • Customize the mini station with 1-4 plug-in sensors to meet your needs
Starting At $740.00
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All WatchDog 2000 Series Mini Stations have the following features:

  • The same power, flexibility and accuracy as the 2000 Series Weather Stations, perfect when wind speed/direction isn’t needed
  • NEMA-4 type IP66 enclosure and weatherproof connectors
  • Built-in data logger stores your measurements in fail-safe, non-volatile memory
  • Enhanced LCD display, check current conditions and historical high/low readings
  • 12-month battery power source (four AA alkaline batteries, included)
  • Internal sensors measure air temperature, relative humidity and PAR light (depending on model)
  • External sensors (up to 4 sensors) and communication ports
  • Wide selection of compatible external sensors and communication options
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