Comes with FREE 29 page Beginner's Guide ebook "Trouble-Free Wireless Weather Station Setup and Maintenance - The Definitive Guide"
The Aercus Instruments™ WeatherRanger® is the new breed of weather station that combines sleek full colour TFT LCD technology with direct internet publishing, allowing data to be viewed from anywhere on any internet capable device (console connects directly to your WiFi capable modem so your PC or MAC does not need to remain on).
The menu based full colour multi-screen display includes high and low alarm conditions with audible alert, calibration of all major parameters, real-time internet weather publishing to Wunderground.com the world's largest and most popular weather station network, and encrypted WiFi transmission.
The WeatherRanger’s® all-in-one external sensor suite tracks the full range of weather variables including UV Index and Light and its rapid 16 second update along with massive built in data logger (66m readings) places it at the head of the queue for all serious weather watchers.
The WeatherRanger® is simple to install and is PC and Mac compatible. Data can also be exported to an SD card (in CSV format) for detailed analysis in Excel.
Installation kit included.
Posted by Peter on 5th Mar 2017
I had been looking for a weather station with solar for a while and all were very expensive but this one isn't. Love the Wunderground display of my weather info I can access online or in app from anywhere. Data download needs a memory card but with all the data stored on console I haven't used it yet. Set up relatively easy once you get used to the console arrow buttons used to navigate the menus. Nevertheless a great bit of kit.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Dec 2015
Only had it a week, but it was easy to set up - the wireless is good enough to reach from the barns at the back of the farm through thick walls of an old farmhouse. Setting up the Wunderground was straightforward, so was getting it on wifi, so it's all up and running quite easily. Time will tell if the sensors last and the device stays connected, but so far so good.