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Weather-Pro Weather Stations are a tool for the observation and recording of meteorological data. The stations can monitor air temperature, humidity, pressure, light intensity, wind speed and wind direction. With the addition of optional probes, the stations can also monitor rainfall,  leaf wetness, ground temperature, Soil moisture and others. Updated April 2014.


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With the Weather-Pro-Gsm the data is sent to the weather-pro web site every 5 minutes and stored in a database on the web. This can then be viewed at any time using a PC, laptop, Tablet or Smartphone. The station can be configured using text messaging and alarms can be setup to send text messages to specified phones.
Current weather conditions can also be viewed on the New Zealand Met Service Your Weather page (setup is required) or on a Smart Phone with these apps (widgets) from Google-Play or Itunes.

With the Weather-Pro-Rf, communication is via a radio link to a local PC using a USB radio dongle. The computer or Weather-Pro application can be stopped leaving the station to record historic data autonomosly. At any time the computer can be reconnected to display meteorological data in real time, show trends and download the historic data. Historic data can be listed, graphed, exported and analysed from statistical and periodic reports.
Optionally, if the PC application is left running, the data can also be sent to the web automatically and viewed in the same way as the Weather-Pro-Gsm data.