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Weather Station w/Anemometer, -40 to 122° Temp. Range (F)
- Item # 9LJD6
- Mfr. Model # 240
- UNSPSC # 41114410
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 17.0 lbs.
- Item Weather Station w/Anemometer
- Temp. Range (F) -40 to 122 Degrees
- Relative Humidity Range 10 to 100%
- Wind Velocity 1.75 mph Starting Threshold
- Rain Fall 7.75"
- Special Features 2.4 GHz Wireless Can Transmit Data up to One Quarter Mile, On Board Microprocessor and Spread Spectrum Radio Transciever
- Temp. Range (C) -40 to 50 Degrees
- Wind Direction Yes
- Wind Chill Yes
- Heat Index Yes
- Barometric Pressure 4.43 to 33.96 InHg
- Solar Radiation Sensor Yes
- Display PC Monitor
- Power Source On Board Rechargeable 0.8 AH Lead Acid Battery
- Includes Software with Storage of 32,000 Data Points, Battery, On Board Microprocessor and Spread Spectrum Radio Transciever
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