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Weather-Pro Standard / Plus / Gsm / Rf Comparison
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The following table outlines the differences between the Weather-Pro Stations. Any features that are not mentioned are identical on all stations.

Feature Weather-Pro Standard Weather-Pro Plus Weather-Pro RF Weather-Pro Gsm
   Logger Resolution    10 bit AtoD Converters    12 bit AtoD Converters    12 bit AtoD Converters    10 bit AtoD Converters
   Logger Memory

* Time to fill memory when
   logging all standard sensors
   plus rainfall and 1 Aux sensor

   512k Bytes
   3.2 Years @ 1hour Interval*
   1.6 Years @ 30min Interval*
   0.8 Years @ 15min Interval*
   1024k Bytes
   6.5 Years @ 1hour Interval*
   3.2 Years @ 30min Interval*
   1.6 Years @ 15min Interval*
   1024k Bytes
   6.5 Years @ 1hour Interval*
   3.2 Years @ 30min Interval*
   1.6 Years @ 15min Interval*
   10 Gbytes
   100 Years @ 1hour Interval*
   Auxiliary Inputs    1 Auxiliary Input    3 Auxiliary Input    2 Auxiliary Input    2 Auxiliary Input
   Remote Probe Interface    None    RS485 interface for 15 remote probes    Radio interface for 15 remote probes    None
   Handshaking for GSM and
   Radio Communication
   None    Yes    Not required    Not required
Communications method 20 meter RS232 cable
terminated in 9 pin D range female
serial connector (not weatherproof)
3 meter RS232 cable
terminated in 8 pin switchcraft weatherproof plug
with 3 meter cable to connect to computer
   Radio link to USB dongle    GSM to cell site then web
   Input to monitor
   Communications Battery
   None    Yes    Yes    Yes