Weather-Pro Plus Features
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The Weather-Pro Plus   is a self contained, logging weather station. It is easy to both install and maintain. It is used for the observation and logging of meteorological data including: 

A solar radiation shield, mounted under the station crossbar, houses the logger electronics, temperature, humidity and pressure sensors. The wind vane, anemometer and light energy sensor are mounted along the top of the crossbar. Four sockets, located under the crossbar, are used to connect an optional tipping bucket rain gauge and up to three auxiliary sensors including leaf wetness,  soil moisture, water height, water flow or ground temperature.  

The station has been designed to ensure operation over a wide range of climatic conditions. The Instruments are manufactured from Stainless Steel and  Anodized Aluminum. Where ever possible, plastics have not been used because of their long term susceptibility to Ultra-Violet radiation and low temperatures. 

The Weather-Pro Plus station is configured, and logging is started, with a standard PC or laptop using the Weather-Pro Application Software. Once started, the station can be disconnected from the computer. The computer can be reconnected at any time to observe the realtime data and trends or to download the historic data logged by the weather station. Once downloaded the data can be be listed, graphed, exported and analyzed from statistical and periodic reports. 

If required, a remote computer can communicate with the Weather-Pro Plus Station via a modem connection using the local telephone network, a dedicated line, a GSM Modem or a radio link. All functions of the weather station can be controlled in this way. 

The Weather-Pro Plus weather station includes a sophisticated alarm system that warns the user when alarm conditions occur. These alarm conditions are user configurable and each of the six conditions can be used individually or in combination to trigger any combination of the three alarm outputs including: