Spectrum WatchDog 3240 Wireless Weather Stations

The Spectrum WatchDog 3240 wireless weather station measures temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, and wind speed & direction.

Features

  • Integrated solar power system for reliable power
  • Optional Wi-Fi or cellular modem for wireless communications
  • Integrated data logger holds 18 months of data at a 15-minute recording interval
$1,595.00
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Overview
The fully integrated WatchDog 3240 Wireless Weather Station measures temperature, humidity, rainfall, and wind speed & direction, recording and communicating the data to the cloud using its internal modem or radio.

Benefits

  • Integrated Solar Power system for reliable power.
  • Integrated Modem/Radio for reliable communications: available with a choice of cellular modems or other radios.
  • Integrated Data Logger protects your data. Holds over 18 months of data at a 15-minute recording interval. Data can be transferred to a USB flash drive.
  • Easy to install - be running in minutes. Mounts to a 1.25 inch mast. U-bolts included.
  • Bluetooth connectivity to your Apple or Android smartphone running the free WatchDog Mobile App speeds setup and displays current conditions.
  • Sends data to the SpecConnect Cloud Solution - View current conditions or historical data using a broad selection of analytical reports from anywhere in the world.
  • Receive alerts via automated phone call, text message, and/or email immediately when temperature crosses your selected threshold - no waiting for the next scheduled upload.
  • Customizable with plug-in sensors to meet your needs
  • Receive the latest changes with over-the-air updates (also available via a USB flash drive).
  • Durable enclosure provides moisture, corrosion, and UV protection for increased reliability in harsh environments.
  • Designed and manufactured in the USA to provide the quality data you can rely on.
  • External Communication: Cellular, USB, Bluetooth, RS232
  • External Sensor Ports: 1 x 2.5mm stereo jack (0 to 3.0VDC analog input)
  • Data Capacity: 30,000 data intervals can be stored on the unit before the oldest record is overwritten by the newest data (312 days at 15 minute intervals).
  • Dimensions (HxLxW): 12 x 19.5 x 11.25 in (30.5 x 49.5 x 28.6 cm).  (Without 7.25 in (18.4 cm) antenna)
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs. (4.5 kg)
  • Power Source: 3.5W solar panel, Rechargeable 6V/4.5AH SLA battery, optional AC/DC power adapter.
  • Battery Life: 14 days minimum with no solar power.
  • LED: 3-color (Red, Amber, Green)
  • Operating Temperature Range: -22° to 130°F (-30° to 55°C)
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