Weather Stations

Our micro climate weather stations are an automated version of the traditional weather station, to save human labour and to enable measurements in remote areas and localized geographies. An AWS will typically consist of a weather-proof enclosure containing the data logger, rechargeable battery, telemetry (optional) and the meteorological sensors with an optionally attached solar panel or wind turbine and mounted upon a mast. The specific configuration may be customised to the purpose of the system.

Helps Integrate Climate Variables

Account for environmental variables with simple, accurate, plug-and-log sensors.

Get Local Weather

Measure weather data where you are, and not data of 50 kilometers away at the Met tower, so that you can measure actual environmental variation on an ecologically relevant scale.

Can Include:


High Resolution Rain Gauge. Measures precipitation with 0.2 mm resolution. Learn more

Solar Radiation Sensor. Completely submersible for extended outdoor use. Learn more

Sonic Anemometer. Vector averaging for highly accurate wind speed and direction data. Learn more

Leaf Wetness Sensor. Predict plant disease by knowing duration of leaf wetness. Learn More

Temperature/Relative Humidity Sensor. Includes radiation shield. Learn more

Spectral Reflectance Sensors: Measure NDVI or PRI vegetation indices at the plot or plant stand scale. Learn more

With latest algorithms, stay ahead of devastating foliar diseases and insects. Multichannel disease weather station can increase profits through timely decision making. The WatchDog Plant Disease Station combines convenience with a reliable package of monitoring and data logging capabilities designed to alert you to conditions that lead to disease.

Disease and Insect models available for:


  • Apple/Pear
  • Cherry
  • Grape
  • Potato
  • Tomato
  • Turf




The ATMOS 41 is the first affordable all-in-one weather station that fulfills all your weather measuring needs, but doesn’t restrain you when you want to do more.

The ATMOS 41 packages 12 weather sensors into a single, compact device. There are no moving parts to fail. So, installation and maintenance have been simplified to the maximum.

Most all-in-one weather stations give you the option to measure solar radiation OR precipitation, but not both. ATMOS 41 provides both measurements in one device, so you never have to compromise.

ATMOS 41 data are transmitted over a single wire. And, if you are using the ATMOS 41 with ZENTRA ZLdata loggers you have the flexibility to add any of our other sensors, like soil moisture.

The ATMOS 41 works seamlessly with ZENTRA loggers for simple, plug-and-play data logging and cloud-based data storage and management. You can set up an entire weather monitoring system without any complex wiring or programming.


  • Measures multiple weather variables including:


  1. air temperature,
  2. relative humidity,
  3. vapor pressure,
  4. barometric pressure,
  5. wind speed,
  6. wind gust
  7. wind direction,
  8. solar radiation,
  9. precipitation,
  10. lightning strike counter and distance


  • Easy installation
  • No moving parts
  • All data transmitted over a single wire
  • Digital SDI-12 communication
  • Connect to ZENTRAfor data capture and management




Solar radiation Range: 0 to 1750 W/m2
Resolution: 1 W/m2
Accuracy: ± 5%
Precipitation Range: 0 to 125 mm/hr
Resolution: 0.017 mm
Accuracy: ± 5% of measurement from 0 to 50 mm/hr
Air temperature Range: -40 to 50° C
Resolution: 0.1° C
Accuracy: ± 0.6° C
Humidity sensor temperature Range: -40 to 50° C
Resolution: 0.1° C
Accuracy: ± 1.0° C
Relative humidity Range: 0 to 100%
Resolution: 0.1%
Accuracy: 3% typical, varies with temperature and humidity
Vapor pressure Range: 0 to 47 kPa
Resolution: 0.01 kPa
Accuracy: ± 0.2 kPa typical below 40° C, varies with temperature and humidity
Barometric pressure Range: 50 to 110 kPa
Resolution: 0.0015 kPa
Accuracy: ± 0.1 kPa
Wind speed Range: 0 to 60 m/s
Resolution: 0.01 m/s
Accuracy: the greater of 0.3 m/s or 3% of measurement
Wind gust Range: 0 to 60 m/s
Resolution: 0.01 m/s
Accuracy: the greater of 0.3 m/s or 3% of measurement
Wind direction Range: 0 to 359°
Resolution: 1°
Accuracy: ± 5°
Compass heading Range: 0 to 359°
Resolution: 1°
Accuracy: ± 5°
Sensor tilt Range: 0 to 180°
Resolution: 0.1°
Accuracy: ± 1°
Lightning strike counter Range: 0 to 65535
Resolution: 1 strike
Accuracy: varies with distance, > 25% detection at <10 km typical
Lightning distance Range: 0 to 40 km
Resolution: 3 km
Accuracy: unspecified
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