|Integrated Sensor Suite (#6357)
—Outside temperature, humidity, wind, and rain sensors
— Solar-powered transmitter with battery backup
— Passive radiation shield for accurate temperature and humidity readings
— Barometer, inside temperature and humidity sensors
— Weather Center with scroll-through data screens
— 12-hour advance forecast icons
— Console retransmits to extend range
Davis weather stations help professionals and hobbyists measure, monitor, and manage weather data. The Vantage Vue is quick and easy to set up so you can start getting accurate and reliable weather data right away. Our stations are engineered to withstand scorching sun, corrosion, 200 mph (321 kmh) winds, temperature extremes, and more. This sleek and compact Davis weather station is trusted by meteorologists, gardeners, storm chasers, and weather enthusiasts across the world.
Your outdoor sensor suite sets up in minutes and transmits data wirelessly to your console anywhere up to 1,000' (300 m) away in your home, school or business.
In addition to displaying current weather conditions and trends, Vantage Vue also boasts the innovative Weather Center button that displays weather variables over the last 25 days.
The fully-integrated, rugged sensor suite is built to take all the weather your location can give—freezing winters, springtime thunderstorms, blistering summer sun and brisk autumn winds. The smaller profile sensor suite is designed to minimize visual impact in your yard or on your roof.
Setting up this station couldn’t be easier. Install the outdoor sensor suite in minutes, then watch the data wirelessly transmit to your console. That’s it!
The small profile, white sensor suite blends in with most surroundings, giving you the data you want with inconspicuous style.View and store your weather data on your computer or online when you add one of our optional WeatherLink data loggers and software, you’ll be able store your data on your computer and run additional analyses. With WeatherLinkIP, your data is also automatically uploaded to your WeatherLink.com page, where you can view, store and share it.