Weather Instruments Reliable instruments to monitor weather evens. Weather Instuments include a wide selection of test equipment as barometer, altimeter, compass, rain gauge, weather radio, lightning detector, weather station and many more meters. All weather instruments help to determine changing weather conditions or to monitor various weather related events.
Extech WTH100 Weather Station features a large backlit LCD that displays Time, Temperature, Barometric Pressure, Weather Symbols (sunny, slightly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, stormy) and Moon phase. It measures barometric pressure in mb/hPa or inHg.
General Tools DBAR880 Temperature Humidity Monitor displays indoor and outdoor temperature. This temperature humidity monitor features a barometer display and 12 hour history along with Min/Max temperature and humidity display. Formerly Mannix Instrument.
General Tools RGR126 Wireless Rain Gauge Temperature Sensor measures daily rainfall and provides a past 9 day history. This wireless rain gauge temperature sensor features a cable free rain collection canister that is self-emptying. Formerly Mannix Instrument.
General Tools RGR150 Wireless Rain Gauge with Thermometer and Clock is ideal for weather monitoring rainfall, indoor/outdoor temperatures, ice warning and more. This wireless rain gauge provides wireless transmission of the temperature from the remote temperature sensor to the main unit up to 100 feet (30 meters) away. Formerly Mannix Instrument.
General Tools WS831DL Data Logging Weather Station with Wireless is a compact system for taking a wide variety of weather readings and then transferring these measurements to the display station wirelessly for storage and later analysis. General Tools WS831DL is also designed with an atomic clock, perpetual calendar, and mounting hardware for display unit.
Lightning Detector General Tools LD50 detects storms within 40 miles and easily determines if the storm is moving toward, away, or parallel to your location. This lightning detector identifies severe thunderstorms as well as storms that produce dangerous winds, heavy rains or tornadoes.