The Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 Weather Station is a self-contained, easy-to-install system that includes a sensor suite with Sonic Anemometer and WeatherLink Live. (No standard anemometer or console included.) Save over $100 compared to buying the components separately. Stream live weather data over Wi-Fi to the WeatherLink Cloud: see updates on your smartphone as they happen when the phone and WeatherLink Live are on the same local network. You get inside and outside temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, rainfall, dewpoint, wind chill, forecast, moon phase, alarms, and more.
WHAT FEATURES DOES THE Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 Weather Station HAVE?
The Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 weather station comes with the following features:
- Sonic Anemometer accurately measures wind direction and speed with no moving parts. Captures wind speeds from 0 – 89 mph/144 kph. Included 40’/12m cable gives you the option to mount the anemometer separately for best siting.
- Industry-leading transmission range of 1,000’/300 m from the sensor suite to the WeatherLink Live.
- The sensor suite is solar-powered with battery-backup; the console and WeatherLink Live are AC-powered with battery backup.
- Accurate, reliable weather monitoring with real-time data updates every 2.5 seconds.
- Sensor suite’s rugged, weather-proof housing gives you years of reliable data.
The self-contained, easy-to-install system includes a sensor suite, console, and WeatherLink Live. Accurate, reliable weather monitoring with real-time data updates every 2.5 seconds. Data automatically upload via Wi-Fi to WeatherLink.com; live data streams to your smartphone when on the same local network. Industry-leading transmission range of 1,000’/300 m from the sensor suite to the console and WeatherLink Live. Sensor suite’s rugged, weather-proof housing gives you years of reliable data. The console’s innovative Weather Center displays weather variables over the last 25 days and more information on each variable. You get inside and outside temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, rainfall, dewpoint, wind chill, forecast, moon phase, alarms, and more. “The Change in weather since yesterday” feature allows comparison of temperature and barometric pressure from day to today. Set 22 simultaneous console alarms to warn of dangers such as high wind, freezing temperatures, high rain rate, heat index, and more. The sensor suite is solar-powered with battery-backup; the console and WeatherLink Live are AC-powered with battery backup.
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Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 Weather Station Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: My Vantage Pro2 Weather Station console keeps beeping and I’m not sure how to stop it.
Answer: If your console gives a set of three beeps over and over again, you may have inadvertently set an alarm. Follow these steps on the console to clear alarms. Press ALARM to enter alarm mode. The ALARM…
Question: I’m getting a “Low battery on my Vantage Pro2 Weather Station station 1” error on my console.
Answer: The wireless Vantage Pro2 uses a CR-123A 3-volt lithium battery to back up the capacitor. When the battery is low the console will display a “Low battery on station 1” error message. It will need to…
Question: Vantage Pro2 Weather Station Console screen is stuck on “Receiving from”
Answer: When your console starts, it’s normal for it to go into the “Receiving from” mode. This mode helps determine if there are other stations in your area and what station they are set to. To bypass the “…
Question: Console diagnostic mode
Answer: In addition to logging weather data, the console continuously monitors the station’s radio reception. You may find this information very helpful, especially when you are choosing locations for your c…
Question: What if I’m unable to mount my anemometer pointing to true north?
Answer: If the anemometer arm cannot be mounted pointing to true north, use this procedure to correct the wind direction console reading. Check the current direction of the wind vane on the anemometer. Compa…
Question: I’m getting bad reception on my Vantage Pro2 Weather Station, how can I troubleshoot?
Answer: While we have tested the Wireless Vantage Pro2 radio extensively, each site and each installation presents its own issues and challenges. Obstructions, particularly metallic ones, often cut down your…
Question: Can rain affect the readings from my Vantage Pro2 Weather Station Sonic Anemometer?
Answer: Very specific rainy conditions can affect the readings from your Sonic Anemometer. Due to the nature of sonic technology, drops of fairly cold water or large amounts of rain may appear to the sensor…
Question: Can I calibrate temperature and humidity on my Vantage Pro2 Weather Station?
Answer: You can calibrate inside & outside temperature, inside & outside humidity, as well as any extra temperature/humidity sensor readings you have transmitted to your Vantage Pro2. Select a variable to b…
Question: How do I install my new tipping spoon in the Vantage Pro2?
Answer: My transmitter box has been repaired, how do I detach the old box and attach the new one?
You have to lift the white plastic piece that is wedged behind the transmitter box. Click the link below and fast-forward the video to about 2:00 to see it done. Replacing your Davis weather trans…
Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 Weather Station User Manual Updates and Firmware
The Davis Instruments Vantage Pro2 Weather Station operating instructions provide information on use, safety, initial start-up, technical data, accessories, and disposal information. Several languages are often covered by one operating manual. Synonyms for operating instructions, like user manual, operating manual, and user handbook. You can find it here.