Professional And Rugged
An industrial-grade weather station engineered to handle the harshest environments and deliver data with scientific precision, year after year. The Vantage Pro2 and Vantage Pro2 Plus offer the professional weather observer or serious weather enthusiast robust performance with a wide range of options and sensors.
* Available with Vantage Pro2 Plus ONLY.
"ET" stands for evapotranspiration.
Vantage Pro2 Options
Update 10x Faster Than The Competition
See the weather as it happens with near real-time updates on quickly-changing wind, temperature, and rain data.
Transmission Up To 1,000 ft. (300 m)
Frequency-hopping, spread spectrum radio provides 3x the transmission distance of the competition with improved reception through multiple walls and greater immunity from RF interference.
Choose Wireless Or Cabled
Wireless stations send data effortlessly to the console via the solar-powered transmitter. Cabled stations offer economical installations where lightning risk is minimal.
Energized by the sun during the day, by the onboard supercapacitor at night. Lithium battery provides backup when needed.
Passes 10 Rigorous Tests Before Shipping
Minimum of 10 tests before shipping include rigorous calibrations and material endurance.
Made By US: Designed, Assembled And Tested In California.
Davis is a recognized leader in precision weather instrumentation for over 30 years.
Choose from three options to increase temperature accuracy by protecting the sensor from solar radiation.
Passive Radiation Shield (Standard)
Received a 5-star rating from the World Meteorological Organization. Protects temperature sensors from solar radiation and radiated or reflected heat sources. Engineered with multi-plate construction for maximum airflow.
24-Hour Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield
Designed to maximize sensor accuracy, 24 hours a day. During daylight hours, the solar-powered, motor-driven fan draws a constant airflow through the sensor chamber at 500 feet per minute (2,5 m/s). At night, when the effects of radiation are reduced, the fan runs on battery power and the airflow slows to 280 feet per minute (1,4 m/s).
Daytime Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield
The solar-powered daytime fan draws a constant airflow through the sensor chamber during the day. At night, when the effects of solar radiation are reduced, the fan stops running.
Choose from two options to accurately measure wind direction and speed.
Davis's Iconic Anemometer
Wind-tunnel tested to 200 mph/322 kph, the anemometer reports wind speed and direction in near-real time. The rugged components measured the highest wind speed ever recorded by a personal weather station during Hurricane Irma, yet are sensitive to the lightest breeze.
Using sonic pulses to detect air movement, our sonic anemometer has no moving parts to wear or need maintenance. It accurately measures wind speeds from 0 - 89 mph/144 kph. Installation is a breeze: use in with your Vantage Pro2 sensor suite, or as a standalone wind station with a Sensor Transmitter and WeatherLink Live, or in an EnviroMonitor system.
Choose A Plus Model
Solar and UV sensors come pre-installed.
Measures the sunburning portion of the UV spectrum so you can enjoy the outdoors safely. Display UV index, dose rate, and daily and accumulated dose.
Solar Radiation Sensor
Detects solar radiation at wavelengths of 300 to 1100 nm. Displays incident power and cumulative energy, as well as evapotranspiration for precise irrigation of lawns and crops.
Vantage Pro2 Console
Create a network of additional sensors
Track pool temperature, soil moisture in the garden, or humidity in the wine cellar with a customized network of sensors reporting to your Vantage Pro2 console.
GroWeather: The Standard In Agricultural Weather Monitoring
The agricultural-focused GroWeather sensor suite is configured specifically to deliver the data growers need to make critical crop decisions. It includes all the core Vantage Pro2 sensors as well as a Solar Radiation Sensor for tracking evapotranspiration.
Share your weather data with a growing list of third-party services
Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP)