145.00€

Ventus W830 - Professional WiFi Weather Station
[VENW830]

Transmission frequency 868 MHz and delivered with EU power socket

Color Display on Main Unit
Indoor main unit with easy to use touch keys on the front panel and backlit 7” display. Data from integrated sensors for indoor temperature and humidity are shown on the display alongside information from the outdoor sensor.

Integrated Outdoor Sensor
Outdoor unit with sensors for temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, wind speed, wind direction, UV and light sensor. Measurements are transmitted to the main display unit every 16 seconds.

Reliable Internet WiFi functionality
Weather data at your location can be communicated to weather station networks used by weather enthusiasts and professionals. This weather station supports feeding data to Weather Underground, WeatherBug Community and WeatherCloud. Android and iOS apps makes the live data available for viewing wherever you go.

Weather Alarms
Settings are provided for alerting of changes in weather such as heavy rainfall and strong wind.

Time and Alarm
Calendar, Internet adjusted time setting with automatic DST (Daylight Saving Time) and alarm with snooze function provides for a perfect view to wake up to every morning.

See live data from our Ventus W830 demo weather station at Weather Underground


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This product is shipped from Spain, please select shipment option below to place your order.
For UK Customers, please select option 'EU 4' as a EU to UK converter plug is included in that option.
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