The Osprey Color Display Console
Features 10 Different Weather Sensors
Ambient Weather’s Professional Weather Station allows you to monitor your home and backyard weather conditions with the brilliant, easy-to-read LCD color display.
The weather station console features two levels of wireless connectivity. The sensor array connects to the console via RF (915 MHz), and the console connects to your router (2.4 GHz).
The enhanced Wi-Fi connectable option enables the station to transmit its data wirelessly to the internet.
The weather station measures wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, outdoor temperature and humidity, solar radiation and UV. Also included inside the console is temperature, humidity and barometric pressure.
The weather station also calculates dew point, wind chill and heat index.
AmbientWeather is Your Personal Online Weather Data Dashboard. Stream live data from your weather station to the internet.
Remotely view real time conditions, historical data, and alerts on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
Console Power Specifications:
5V DC Adaptor (included), Power Consumption: 0.5 Watts (1.25 Watts during WiFi configuration mode).
3 x AAA back up batteries (not included).
Important Notes and Specifications:
Requires an iPhone, iPad, or Android device to program through the AmbientTool application (available in the Apple App Store or Google Play).
Line of sight wireless sensor array RF transmission (in open air): 330 feet, 100 feet under most conditions.
A wireless signal will not pass through solid metal, earth or ground.
- Color Film LCD display
- Supports both imperial and metric units of measure
- 16 second real-time wind speed updates on the console
- Encrypted WiFi internet two-way communication
- Calibration for all measured parameters
- NIST time synchronization from Internet
- Calendar (Month/date,2016-2099 Default Year 2016)
- High/Low/Off backlight control
Connect to the Ambient Weather Network
Your Own Weather Server. Keep Private, or Share with Friends and Family.
Send real time data to AmbientWeather. The Ambient Weather Network is the most user friendly design for monitoring your data across different platforms.
Quickly view detailed information with our animated expandable modules.
Monitor indoor and outdoor conditions, including wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, UV, solar radiation, indoor temperature, indoor humidity, barometric pressure, dew point, heat index, wind chill and more.
Features dials, gauges, graphs and text reports for every parameter. Download the data to your computer for further data analysis.
Features Email and Text Alerts, IFTTT and API Support, Rachio Sprinkler Integration
Send email or text alerts for high and low conditions for every parameter.
Send multiple alerts for the same parameter.features handy timeline for tracking alert history. Connect your weather station sensors to IFTTT and control other devices, like blinds, rain gauges, and lights.
Restful And Real-Time APIs.
Send data to PWSWeather and Rachio.
Compatible with Alexa
The Ambient Weather skill provides Ambient Weather personal weather station owners with the ability to get real-time, and past weather information generated by the devices they have set up at AmbientWeather.
Enable the skill and get started: say ‘Alexa, ask Ambient Weather for a weather report.’.
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- The Professional weather station allows you to monitor your home and backyard weather conditions with the brilliant, easy-to-read LCD color display
- The enhanced Wi-Fi connectable option that enables your station to transmit its data wirelessly to the world’s largest personal weather station Network, weather Underground
- Experience the convenience of having your personal weather information with you on the go using your computer, tablet, or mobile device
- The weather station measures wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, outdoor temperature and humidity, solar radiation and UV
- Also included inside the console is temperature, humidity and barometric pressure. The weather station also calculates dew point, wind Chill and heat index