Wireless Vantage Pro2 Weather Station with Standard Radiation Shield and WeatherLink Console
The Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station is a research-grade weather station that provides professional-grade data for weather enthusiasts, researchers, growers, and weather professionals. It reports real-time wind speeds up to 200 mph, temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, rainfall and other information such as heat index, dew point, highs and lows, and much more. Users have the option to include solar and UV radiation sensors, as well as a fan-aspirated radiation shield. Vantage Pro2 sensors are NIST-traceable and are suitable for professional weather data reporting.
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- Accurate, reliable weather monitoring with real-time data updates every 2.5 seconds.
- Industry-leading transmission range of 1,000’/300 m from the sensor suite to the console.
- Sensor suite’s rugged, weather-proof housing gives you years of reliable data.
- Sensor suite includes outside temperature and humidity sensors in a passive radiation shield; wind speed and direction; and rainfall.
- Mount anemometer up to 40’/12 m from the rest of sensor suite for flexible siting.
- Includes WeatherLink Console (6313) with the vibrant, HD color touchscreen.
- Sensor suite is solar-powered with battery back-up; console is AC-powered with battery backup.
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Here are some of the most frequently asked questions people have about the Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station.
What is Vantage Pro2?
The Davis Vantage Pro2 is a research-grade weather station that provides information that is accurate enough for official broadcast and experimentation. It is designed to deliver reliable, accurate data year after year and is highly configurable, coming with a wide range of sensors and the ability to add on others. It also provides historical data, highs and lows, moon phase, indexes, forecasts and much more.
How do I connect my Vantage Pro2 to the Internet?
The sensor suite sends data to WeatherLink Console via radio, then the data is uploaded to WeatherLink.com and the WeatherLink mobile app via Wi-Fi.
You can upload your data to a weather service website such as Weather Underground by logging in to WeatherLink.com. Click Share & Uploads, then click Upload, and Add Upload. Choose Weather Underground from the pull-down menu, then enter your station ID and Key.
How do I change the battery in my Vantage Pro2?
The wireless Vantage Pro2 weather station’s sensor suite operates using solar power with a battery back-up that automatically kicks on when needed.
The wireless Vantage Pro2 sensor suite uses a 3-volt CR123 lithium backup battery. It should last several years depending on solar charging. If you receive a “Low battery on station X” message on the console, it is time to change the 3-volt Lithium battery. The battery compartment is located inside the transmitter shelter. To replace the battery, open the transmitter cover and replace the battery. (The battery error might not disappear immediately. It should reset at midnight.)
How do I reset my Vantage Pro2?
The Vantage Pro2 weather station does not have a reset button. To reset the unit unplug it from the AC power source and remove the batteries. Wait 10-20 seconds, and then power the unit on again.