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Wireless Outdoor Weather Station

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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With the addition of a wireless outdoor weather station, your home can become a complete local weather center. Once installed, home weather stations can eliminate the guesswork from planning, gardening, and even more serious horticultural pursuits. Extremely versatile, digital weather stations can aide you with everything from spending a relaxing night in the hot tub to running an irrigation system.

Wireless outdoor weather stations are a breeze to install and set up. An array of sensory devices (commonly referred to as a sensor suite or a remote sensor) installs quickly almost anywhere. Easily mounted on the side of your house, on a fence, or on a custom tripod, the sensor suite will measure and transmit all sorts of data, from wind speed to humidity.

The counterpart to the sensor suite is the weather station itself. The weather station is the module that displays all of the information from the sensor suite. A large LCD screen prominently displays clean graphics and easy to read numbers and text, satisfying your need to know in an instant.

Alternative Uses for Wireless Outdoor Weather Stations

As mentioned above, a weather station can also be a convenient tool for other applications. With the addition of a submersible thermometer, gauging the temperature of your pool or hot tub from any room in the house is easy. Another common application is climate control for your home wine cellar.


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