Weather Station

What is Weather Station?

A weather station is a facility that is equipped with various instruments and sensors to measure and record weather-related data such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind speed and direction, rainfall, and other atmospheric conditions. These data are used to create weather forecasts, as well as to track and analyze long-term weather patterns.

Weather stations can be located on the ground, on buoys in the ocean, on aircraft, or even in space. They can be automated or manually operated, and can be part of a larger network of weather monitoring stations that share data with one another in real time. Some weather stations are also equipped with cameras to provide real-time visual data of current weather conditions.

This tool is not only for individuals but can also be used in industrial activities. Weather stations in the industrial sector is to observe the temperature in an industry. In the industrial sector, it is not only the temperature that is predicted, but all the functions of the weather station. Because this tool is made to help humans in predicting climate. Industrial activities require a weather station to determine the temperature that occurs in the industrial area.

Weather Station HOBO RX-3000

Weather Station HOBO RX3000
Weather Station HOBO RX-3000

Advantages of the HOBO RX-3000

  1. Designed for use in natural environmental conditions.
  2. A wide variety of plug-and-play Smart Sensors can be used.
  3. Choice of USB-based or WEB-based data recording platform
  4. Ideal for agricultural research, ecological studies & more..

Features in the HOBO RX-3000

  1. 10 Smart Sensor inputs
  2. Cloud based data access
  3. configure and check from mobile device
  4. Supports multiple sensors
  5. LCD screen
  6. Optional analog sensor & relay module.

Sensors on the HOBO RX-3000

  • 4-20 mA
  • AC Current
  • AC Voltage
  • Air Velocity
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Compressed Air Flow
  • DC Current
  • DC Voltage (0-2.5v, 5v, 10v)
  • Gauge Pressure
  • Kilowatt Hours
  • Leaf Wetness
  • Light Intensity
  • Pulse Input
  • Rainfall
  • Relative Humidity
  • Soil Moisture
  • Temperature
  • Volatile Organic Compound
  • Water Flow
  • Wind

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