Weather-Pro-Iot 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 August 2020.
Wind Vane: All Aluminium and Stainless construction. Range 10° - 350°. Accuracy ±5°.
Light Sensor: Range 0~1500 w/m². Accuracy ±5%. Cosine error is typically less than 3% from vertical to 85° in all directions.
Rain Input: Rain gauge input, any tipping bucket gauge (0.2mm/tip typical). Sold separately.
Tower: Sold separately. Single pole or 3 meter guyed tower kit available. Station clamps are made for a 50mm or 2" diameter pole.
Radiation Shield: This houses the Air Temperature, Air Pressure, Humidity sensor and station computer.
Anemometer: All Aluminium and Stainless construction. Range 0~55 m/s (200kph). Accuracy ±2%. Start Speed 0.9 m/s. Stop Speed 0.6 m/s.
Cross-Arm: Galvanized steel, powder coated. (click for station comparisons)
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With the Weather-Pro the data is sent to the weather-pro web site every 15 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 web can be configured with alarms which can be setup to send emails or text messages to specified phones.
Current weather conditions can also be viewed on the New Zealand
Met Service Your Weather page (setup is required).