Davis has been making weather monitoring products since 1963. Technology has come a long way since then and they make it a point to put it to use. The Wireless Vantage Pro2 Plus brings the average home owner (with high standards) into the world of meteorology. This baby has it all… They’ve included a rain collector, temperature and humidity sensors, anemometer, solar radiation sensor, UV sensor, sensor mounting shelf, and solar panel. Temperature and humidity sensors are enclosed in standard radiation shield. It’s also the first and only weather station in its class to use frequency hopping spread spectrum radio technology to transmit weather data wirelessly. Wireless range is up to 1000′ (300 m) outdoors, line of sight. Typical range through walls under most conditions is 200′ to 400′ (60 to 120 m). All the data is transmitted to a great looking mobile device (above) that will present highs and lows (and/or totals or averages) for virtually all weather variables for the past 24 days, months, or years, and your own local forecast. Prices vary based on extras, but it run between $500 dollars, up to $1,000.


3 Responses to “Wireless Weather Station”
  1. Gary Barr says:

    I have a Davis provantage plus – it’s been a lot of fun, but after 2 months the barometer is reading what looks like 10 inches lower (around 20″) – or we are in some black hole of a hurricane. Anyone out there who might know what the problem is?

  2. scooter says:

    Did you try to recalibrate it? You should have done this when you first got it. Follow those same steps and see if stabilizes it. If not, contact Davis for a replacement part.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I refuse to shop here due to your bing vibrant crap!

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