Davis Vantage Vue Weather Station
Davis Vantage Vue Product description
Your outdoor sensor suite sets up in minutes and transmits data wirelessly to your console anywhere in your home, school or business. In addition to displaying current weather conditions and trends, Vantage Vue also boasts the innovative Weather Center button that displays weather variables over the last 25 days.
When used with the optional WeatherLink data logger and software, you’ll be able to run additional analyses. The fully-integrated, corrosion-proof sensor suite is built to take all the weather your location can give—freezing winters, springtime thunderstorms, blistering summer sun and brisk autumn winds.
The smaller profile sensor suite is designed to minimize visual impact in your yard or on your roof. The Vantage Vue’s transmitters are also radio-compatible with Vantage Pro2, so you can mix and match components. For example, add a Vantage Vue console to your Vantage Pro2 system or extend your wireless range with long and short range repeaters. They all work together seamlessly.
About the Davis Vantage Vue Weather Station
- Inside/Outside Temperature
- Inside/Outside Humidity
- Barometric Pressure
- Wind Speed and Direction
- Dew Point and Rainfall
Davis Vantage Vue [Video]: Overview from Box to Setup
We’ve created an overview showing how quick and easy it is to assemble the Vantage Vue integrated sensor suite, mounting the unit on a pole, and configuring the console. This sleek and compact Davis weather station is trusted by meteorologists, gardeners, storm chasers, and weather enthusiasts.
Davis Vantage Vue [Video]: Maintenance How-To
How to clean your Vantage Vue in order to keep it running in tip-top shape. This maintenance video shows you what needs to be done and how to do it to take care of your weather station.
What you’ll need: Soft cloth, Philips screwdriver, Soft brush or pipe cleaner, Optional: mild soap, water
Steps to clean your Vantage Vue:
1) Clean out the debris in the cone. Remove the debris screen and use a pipe cleaner or brush to clean it off. Replace the debris screen in the cone. For greatest accuracy, clean your rain collector a few times a year.
2) Unscrew the thumb screw to release the tipping spoon.
3) Use a damp cloth to clean the tipping spoon. When necessary, use mild soap and water. Rinse well. Reattach to the sensor suite.
4) Clean the exterior shield with a damp cloth.
5) Once a year, remove the shield for a thorough cleaning: Take apart the radiation shields using a Philips screwdriver to remove the two screws. Place your hands under the shields as you remove the last screw so they don’t fall apart. Keep the shields in the same order that were in when you removed them. Set aside the shields.
6) Use a brush to clean the mesh. When necessary, use mild soap and water. Be sure to rinse and dry thoroughly before placing back on the sensor. Do NOT spray any water on the sensor.
7) Replace the radiation shields. Again, be sure they stay in the same order as when they were removed.