A weather station with multiple sensors
Sometimes a standard weather station does not measure all the parameters you would like to measure. Choosing a weather station with multiple sensors can help you fulfill this request. Different parameters like water flow, water level, pressure, light, soil humidity and tree or fruit growth can be measured by the same system as your weather station. Even if you want a weather station with multiple temperature sensors.
Not just any sensor works when you're measuring outside, you will have to look for a weather station with multiple outdoor sensors. In this blog we'll have a look at sensor module Reporter as the versatile weather sensor system.
Crodeon's weather station measures: wind (windspeed, wind peak and wind direction), temperature (dew point, wet bulb and normal 'dry bulb'), rain and relative humidity.
A weather station with multiple sensors gives you the opportunity to measure more than just weather (wind, rain, humidity and temperature). Remote monitoring sensor module Reporter gives you the opportunity to add up to three different sensors to your weather sensor, per device.
The advantages of using an all-in-one system
- No need for multiple different measuring modules
- No need for numerous subscriptions
- All data is received & viewable in one platform
- Combining multiple factors gives you a clearer picture of your project
All of our sensors are compatible with Reporter and in every combination, which makes the system so versatile. Whether you want to measure weather & water, weather & soil, weather & plant growth, weather & HVAC or weather & pressure, Reporter is ready to help.
Weather station with multiple temperature sensors
When your project requires you to measure temperature in great detail and in different places, Reporter allows you to attach up to three extra temperature sensors to your weather station. This means that in addition to your normal weather data, you can also measure the exact temperature differences within a structure, for example.
Measuring the great outdoors
When you set up your next outdoor remote monitoring project, it's important to check whether your weather sensor, sensor module and other sensors are outdoor-proof. Things like IP code come into play, or whether a sensor is affected by direct sunlight. They're all factors to be taken into consideration.
A weather station with multiple outdoor sensors solves these issues, as the system was designed to be used outside. Both Reporter itself as the compatible sensors, are weather and waterproof.
Far far away, in the middle of nowhere
One of Reporter's key features is its extreme connectivity in combination with autonomy. This means that Reporter works in the middle of nowhere. No WiFi needed, no grid power needed. This is possible because Reporter can be powered by both solar power as grid power. Its internet connection works through the GSM network.
All measured data is constantly being streamed to the cloud, where you can view the data 24/7 through your web browser. This allows you to watch your data from your weather station with multiple sensors all in one place.
Ready, set, Reporter!
Are you ready to start your multiple-sensor project? Reporter is ready to help you. Don't hesitate to contact us if you still have any questions.