- 195-SL-S10 Serial Data Logger with 2GB SD card
- SD memory card reader (USB)
- Monitoring and programming cable (USB)
- Battery and AC charger
- Sturdy carrying case (20.7" x 17.8" x 8.4")
- Optional tripod with 6' mast assembly and case (tripod not shown, assembled height ~ 7 feet)
- Optional adapter for use with surveyor's tripod (not supplied)
- Select from an extensive list of compatible sensors
The 110-WS-S10 Portable Weather Station is easy to carry and sets up in minutes. Each station is customized to the sensor that best fits your application. Three versions of anemometer are available for wind speed and direction measurement. Multiple versions of compact weather stations monitor temperature, humidity, pressure, solar radiation, and rainfall in addition to wind speed and direction.
The S10 Serial Logger timestamps and stores each report generated by the weather instrument. At the end of a session, the 2GB SD card is removed for upload to a computer. The card stores information in daily files that can be uploaded to a spreadsheet.
Of particular interest are stations that incorporate GPS location in the data stream. These units can be moved around the country with confidence that the position of the station will be recorded with the weather information that is collected. Units equipped with GPS can calculate "corrected" wind speed and direction when the unit is moving, as on a ship or vehicle.
The foam-lined carrying case keeps the weather instrument safe for transport, and includes the S10 Serial Logger, memory card reader, 7Ah battery, and battery charger. The optional portable tripod is stored in a zippered nylon carrying case with shoulder strap. An optional adapter is available for use with surveyor's tripods (not supplied). Note: The optional 110-WS-25SP Solar Panel and GMX551 Rain Gauge must be carried separately, as they will not fit into the carrying case.
The S10 Serial Logger is started by connecting the battery and then inserting the memory card when it is time to begin logging. LEDs on the front indicate the status of the logger. A USB cable is provided for connecting a laptop computer, allowing real-time monitoring while the logger is operating. The USB cable also functions for programming the sensor if needed.