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Davis Weather Station

A professional and rugged weather station with a versatile sensor suite that combines a rain collector, air temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction into one package. Designed to meet the guidelines of the World Meteorological Organization, this weather station is an excellent choice for farmers, researchers and agronomists. Providing multiple points of measurement for accurate weather reporting to make key cropping decisions, including ambient temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind speed and direction including wind gusts. The sensor pack comes with an LX Blue Node. Data visualisation provided by LX Incyt Dashboard including dew point, Delta-T and spray advisory features. Installation guide included.

Operating temperature


-40° to +65°C

Wind speed sensor

Solid state magnetic sensor

Wind direction sensor

Wind vane with potentiometer

Rain collector type

Tipping spoon, 0.2 mm for metric versions, 214 cm2 collection area

Temperature sensor type

PN Junction Silicon Diode

Relative humidity sensor type

Film capacitor element

Housing material

UV-resistant ABS, polypropylene


Optional additions to the Davis Weather Station are UV and Solar Radiation sensors, which help decision processes for seeding rate, row spacing and row heading.

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4


Davis UV Sensor

UV Sensor for Davis Weather Station Optional UV Sensor add-on for your Davis Weather Station to measure the sunburning portion of the UV spectrum. It displays the UV index, dose rate, and daily and accumulated dose. Cut-off ring with a comb structure for cosine response of ± 4% FS. Measures both directly transmitted and scattered UV.



Davis Solar Radiation Sensor

Solar Radiation Sensor for Davis Weather Station Optional Solar Radiation Sensor add-on for your Davis Weather Station to measure solar radiation for evapotranspiration (ET) and Temperature/Humidity/Sun/Wind (THSW) Index.



+/-5% of full spectrum

Cosine response

=/-3% for angle of incidence from 0 – 75 °C


Temperature coefficient

-0.12% per degree C