The Ambient weather WS5000 smart weather station is one of the most sophisticated and light industrial weather stations they’ve ever made.
This smart wind meter has no moving equipment to wear out and includes a state-of-the-art ultra-sonic anemometer that responds extremely fast to the wind and transmits quicker than usual wind cup designs.
Features Ambient Weather WS 5000
In Ambient weather WS5000, the integrated thermos hygrometer sensors include a passive radiation layer with perfect humidity and small to no wind.
This outperforms conventional designs that are subject to radiant warmth transfer if mounted to a structure or building.
The extra big rain cup makes sure better perfection.
Since the sensors are fully wireless, they can be inserted near the ground, and the adjustable lid makes it very easy for service and maintenance.
This Ambient weather WS5000 station also measures solar and UV radiation. Supports up to 8 optional further Thermo-Hygrometer sensors.
What’s New at Ambient Weather
Just put the optional sensors in and around your home for extensive business or house monitoring.
You connect to a tablet with internet and Wi-Fi.
The setting of Wi-Fi is entered directly into the display using the interactive keys.
The menu-based multi-screen tablet includes metric and imperial units of measure, NIST internet time server synchronization, low and high alarm condition with audible notification, real-time internet weather publishing, calibration of every major parameter encrypted Wi-Fi transmission.
The complete colorful LCD is very easy to read, night or day, and includes a dark and light-colored background.
User-friendly internet and Wi-Fi connectivity
Easy to read display
Knowledgeable and timely after-sales support
Built-in class features
It does not accommodate additional sensors
The limited displaying angle on the screen
Looking to purchase a weather station for your home or business? Look no further Ambient Weather WS5000 is your best bet.
Due to its accurate measurements, I’ll recommend WS5000 to everyone.
Severe weather can strike at any time, and when it strikes, your power might go out, and communication networks may go down. It’s not wise to assume that our modern technology will work no matter what. If your computer, TV, and mobile phone stopped working in a disaster situation, who would warn you of an incoming tornado or hurricane?