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What is a Weather Station?
A weather station is a small device that using a number of sensors and temperature monitors to collect data related to the weather and environment and feedback to the user the information about the climate around them and the environment that they might be in. Weather station sensors may include a thermometer to take temperature readings, a barometer to measure the pressure in the atmosphere, as well as other sensors to measure rain, wind, humidity, and more.
How Many Type of Weather Stations?
There are two most common types of weather stations you’ll find on the market include the wired and wireless models. Wired weather station: it involves instruments being wired together to send information. Wireless weather station: this type of station utilizes sensors and other advanced technologies, eliminating the need wires to connect different equipment in order to correct data.
What are the Differences Between Indoor and Outdoor Weather Station?
An indoor weather station is specially designed for predicting climatic conditions in and around your house. The indoor weather station comes with a variety of sensors that helps to predict various indoor weather conditions including temperature, humidity. An outdoor station helps you predict the outside weather condition. It comes with a broad range of sensors that provide accurate weather predictions including the outdoor temperature, humidity, rainfall, barometric pressure, wind speed, and direction, etc.
How Far Away Can I Place the Sensor?
Weather station sensors can be placed anywhere from the garden to a wine cellar, they transmit the information back to the weather station by using a radio frequency. But generally, the receiver is capable of displaying reading within a 330ft/100m remote range. Therefore, you are better to place the sensor within 330ft/100m remote range.
ThermoPro Weather Station
Weather station tracks the weather-related variables including temperature and barometric pressure change to generate a forecast for your exact location.