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Vue_spec_rev_c.pdf

The Vantage Vue™ (#6250) wireless weather station includes two components: the Integrated Sensor Suite (ISS) (#6357)which houses and manages the external sensor array, and the console (#6351) which provides the user interface, datadisplay, and calculations. The Vantage Vue ISS and console communicate via an FCC certified, license free frequencyhopping transmitter and receiver. Frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) technology provides greatercommunication strength over longer distances and areas of weaker reception. User selectable transmitter ID codesallow up to eight stations to coexist in the same geographic area. (The Vantage Vue console can also receive and displaydata from any Vantage Pro2™ or Vantage Pro2 Plus ISS. The Vantage Pro2 Plus includes two additional sensors: theUV sensor and the solar radiation sensor.) The console may be powered by batteries or by the included AC poweradapter. The wireless ISS is solar powered with a battery backup. Use WeatherLink™ for Vantage Vue to let yourweather station interface with a computer, to log weather data, and upload weather information to the internet.
The Vantage Vue station relies on passive shielding to reduce solar radiation induced temperature errors in the outsidetemperature sensor readings.
I n t e g r a t e d S e n s o r S u it e ( I S S ) Operating Temperature . -40° to +150°F (-40° to +65°C)Non-operating (Storage) Temperature . -40° to +158°F (-40° to +70°C)Current Draw . 0.20 mA (average), 30 mA (peak) at 3.3 VDCSolar Power Panel . 0.5 WattsBattery . CR-123 3-Volt Lithium cell Battery Life (3-Volt Lithium cell) . 8 months without sunlight - greater than 2 years depending on solar Wind Speed Sensor . Wind cups with magnetic switchWind Direction Sensor . Wind vane with magnetic encoderRain Collector Type . Tipping spoon, 0.01" per tip (0.2 mm with metric rain cartridge, Part No. 7345.319), 18.0 in2 (116 cm2) collection area Temperature Sensor Type . PN Junction Silicon DiodeRelative Humidity Sensor Type . Film capacitor elementHousing Material .UV-resistant ABS & ASA plasticISS Dimensions . 12.95" x 5.75" x 13.40" (329 mm x 146 mm x 340 mm) C o n s o l e S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Console Operating Temperature . +32° to +140°F (0° to +60°C)Non-Operating (Storage) Temperature . +14° to +158°F (-10° or +70°C)Console Current Draw . 0.9 mA average, 30 mA peak, (add 120 mA for display lamps, add 0.125 mA for each transmitter station received by console) at 4.4 VDC Power Adapter . 5 VDC, 300 mABattery Backup . 3 C-cellsBattery Life (no AC power) . Up to 9 months (approximately)Housing Material . UV-resistant ABS plasticConsole Display Type . LCD TransflectiveDisplay Backlight . LEDsDimensions:Console (with antenna) . 7.5" x 5.75" x 4.5" (190 mm x 146 mm x 114 mm)Console (with antenna) mounted on wall . 7.5" x 7.0 " x 3.0" (190 mm x 178 mm x 76 mm)Display. 4.13" x 3.0" (105 mm x 76 mm) Weight (with batteries) . 1.48 lbs. (.67 kg) íìêë Ü·¿¾´± ߪ»òô Ø¿§¿®¼ô Ýß çìëìëóîééè øëïð÷ éíîóçîîç Ÿ ÚßÈ øëïð÷ êéðóðëèç Ÿ -¿´»-༿ª·-²»¬ò½±³ Ÿ ò¼¿ª·-²»¬ò½±³ D a t a D i s p la y e d o n C o n s o l e Data display categories are listed with General first, then in alphabetical order.
Historical Data . Includes the past 25 values plus the current value listed unless otherwise noted; all can be cleared and all totals reset Daily Data . Includes the earliest time of occurrence of highs and lows; period Monthly Data . Period begins/ends at 12:00 am on the first of the monthYearly Data . Period begins/ends at 12:00 am on the first of January unless Current Data . Current data appears in the right most column in the console graph and represents the latest value within the last period on the graph; totals can be set or reset Graph Time Interval . 10 min., 1 hour, 1 day, 1 month, 1 year (user-selectable, availability depends upon variable selected) (2.5 seconds for Last 25 Wind Speeds) Graph Time Span. 26 Intervals (Current Interval plus 25 past values included; see Graph Variable Span (Vertical Scale) . Automatic (varies depending upon data range); Maximum and Minimum value in range appear in Weather Center Alarm Indication . Alarms sound for only 2 minutes (except for time) if operating on battery power. Alarm message is displayed in Weather Center as long as threshold is met or exceeded. Alarms can be silenced (but not cleared) by pressing the DONE key.
Transmission Interval . Varies with transmitter ID code from 2.25 seconds (#1=shortest), to Update Interval . Varies with sensor - see individual sensor specs Resolution and Units . 0.01" Hg, 0.1 mm Hg, 0.1 hPa/mb (user-selectable)Range . 16.00" to 32.50" Hg, 410 to 820 mm Hg, 540 to 1100.0 hPa/mbElevation Range . -999’ to +15,000’ (-600 m to +4570 m). (Note that console screen limits entry of lower elevation to -999’ when using feet as elevation unit.) Uncorrected Reading Accuracy . ±0.03" Hg (±0.8 mm Hg, ±1.0 hPa/mb) (at room temperature)Sea-Level Reduction Equations Used . United States Method employed prior to use of current "R Factor" method ("NOAA"), Altimeter Setting NOAA Equation Source. Smithsonian Meteorological TablesNOAA Equation Accuracy . ±0.01" Hg (±0.3 mm Hg, ±0.3 hPa/mb)NOAA Elevation Accuracy Required. ±10’ (3m) to meet equation accuracy specificationOverall Accuracy. ±0.03" Hg (±0.8 mm Hg, ±1.0 hPa/mb)Trend (change in 3 hours) . Change 0.06" (2 hPa/mb, 1.5 mm Hg) = Rapidly Change 0.02" (.7hPa/mb, .5 mm Hg)= Slowly Trend Indication . 5 position arrow: Rising (rapidly or slowly), Steady, or Falling (rapidly Update Interval . 1 minuteCurrent Data . Instant and Hourly Reading; Daily, Monthly, Yearly High and Low; Historical Data . 15-min. and Hourly Reading; Daily, Monthly Highs and LowsAlarms . High Threshold from Current Trend for Storm Clearing (Rising Trend Low Threshold from Current Trend for Storm Warning (Falling Trend) Range for Rising and Falling Trend Alarms . 0.01 to 0.25" Hg (0.1 to 6.4 mm Hg, 0.1 to 8.5 hPa/mb) Resolution . 1 minuteUnits . Time: 12 or 24 hour format (user-selectable)Date. US or International format (user-selectable)Accuracy. ±8 seconds/monthAdjustments . Time: Automatic Daylight Savings Time (for users in North America and Europe that observe it in AUTO mode, MANUAL setting available for all other areas) Date: Automatic Leap Year Alarms . Once per day at set time when active Resolution and Units . 1°F or 1°C (user-selectable)Range . -105° to +130°F (-76° to +54°C)Accuracy . ±3°F (±1.5°C) (typical)Update Interval. 10 to 12 secondsSource . World Meteorological Organization (WMO)Equation Used . WMO Equation with respect to saturation of moist air over waterVariables Used. Instant Outside Temperature and Instant Outside Relative HumidityCurrent Data . Instant Calculation; Daily, Monthly High and LowHistorical Data . Hourly Calculations; Daily, Monthly, Yearly Highs and LowsAlarms . High and Low Threshold from Instant Calculation E v a p o t r a n s p i r a t i o n ( c a l c u l a t e d , r e q u i r e s V a n t a g e P r o 2 I S S w it h s o l a r r a d i a t i o n s e n s o r ) Resolution and Units . 0.01" or 0.2 mm (user-selectable)Range . Daily to 32.67" (999.9 mm); Monthly & Yearly to 199.99" (1999.9 mm)Accuracy . Greater of 0.01" (0.25 mm) or ±5%, Reference: side-by-side comparison against a CIMIS ET weather station Update Interval. 1 hourCalculation and Source . Modified Penman Equation as implemented by CIMIS (California Irrigation Management Information System) including Net Radiation calculation Current Data . Latest Hourly Total Calculation, Daily, Monthly, Yearly TotalHistorical Data . Hourly, Daily, Monthly, Yearly TotalsAlarm . High Threshold from Latest Daily Total Calculation Variables Used. Barometric Reading & Trend, Wind Speed & Direction, Rainfall, Temperature, Humidity, Latitude & Longitude, Time of Year Update Interval. 1 hourDisplay Format . Icons on top center of display; displays weather conditions that may Variables Predicted . Sky Condition, Precipitation H e a t I n d e x ( c a l c u l a t e d ) Resolution and Units . 1°F or 1°C (user-selectable)Range . -40° to +165°F (-40° to +74°C)Accuracy . ±3°F (±1.5°C) (typical)Update Interval. 10 to 12 secondsSource . United States National Weather Service (NWS)/NOAAFormulation Used . Steadman (1979) modified by US NWS/NOAA and Davis Instruments Variables Used. Instant Outside Temperature and Instant Outside Relative HumidityCurrent Data . Instant Calculation; Daily, Monthly High Historical Data . Hourly Calculations; Daily, Monthly, Yearly Highs Alarm . High Threshold from Instant Calculation Inside Relative Humidity (sensor located in console) Resolution and Units . 1%Range. 0 to 100% RHAccuracy. ±3% (0 to 90% RH), ±4% (90 to 100% RH)Update Interval . 1 minuteCurrent Data . Instant (user adjustable) and Hourly Reading; Daily, Monthly High and Historical Data . Hourly Readings; Daily, Monthly, Yearly Highs and LowsAlarms . High and Low Threshold from Instant Reading Outside Relative Humidity (sensor located in ISS) Resolution and Units . 1%Range. 0 to 100% RHAccuracy. ±3% (0 to 90% RH), ±4% (90 to 100% RH)Temperature Coefficient . 0.03% per °F (0.05% per °C), reference 68°F (20°C)Drift . ±0.5% per year Update Interval . 50 seconds to 1 minuteCurrent Data. Instant (user adjustable) and Hourly Reading; Daily, Monthly, Yearly Historical Data . Hourly Readings; Daily, Monthly Highs and LowsAlarms . High and Low Threshold from Instant Reading Console Resolution . 1/8 (12.5%) of a lunar cycle, 1/4 (25%) of lighted face on consoleWeatherLink Resolution . 0.09% of a lunar cycle, 0.18% of lighted face maximum (depends on Range . New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent Resolution and Units . 0.01" or 0.2 mm (user-selectable) (1 mm at totals 2000 mm)Range . 0 to 199.99" (0 to 6553 mm)Rain Rate . 0 to 40"/hr (0 to 1016 mm)Accuracy. Greater of 4% or 1 tipStorm Determination Method. 0.02" (0.5 mm) begins a storm event, 24 hours without further Current Data . Totals for Past 15-min, Past 24-hour, Daily, Monthly, Yearly (start date user-selectable) and Storm (with begin date); Umbrella is displayed when 15 minute total exceeds zero Historical Data . Totals for 15-min, Daily, Monthly, Yearly (start date user-selectable) Alarms . High Threshold from Latest Flash Flood (15-min. total, default is 0.50", 12.7 mm), 24-hour Total, Storm Total, Range for Rain Alarms . 0 to 99.99" (0 to 999.7 mm) Resolution and Units . 0.01" or 0.2 mm (user-selectable) at typical rates (see Fig. 3 and 4)Range . 0, 0.04"/hr (1 mm/hr) to 40"/hr (0 to 1016 mm/hr)Accuracy. ±5% when rate is under 5"/hr (127mm/hr) Update Interval . 20 to 24 secondsCalculation Method . Measures time between successive tips of rain collector. Elapsed time greater than 15 minutes or only one tip of the rain collector constitutes a rain rate of zero. Current Data . Instant and Hourly, Daily, Monthly and Yearly HighHistorical Data . Hourly, Daily, Monthly and Yearly HighsAlarm . High Threshold from Instant Reading S o l a r R a d i a t i o n ( r e q u i r e s V a n t a g e P r o 2 I S S w i t h s o l a r r a d i a t i o n s e n s o r ) Resolution and Units . 1 W/m2Range . 0 to 1800 W/m2Accuracy. ±5% of full scale (Reference: Eppley PSP at 1000 W/m2)Drift . up to ±2% per yearCosine Response. ±3% for angle of incidence from 0° to 75°Temperature Coefficient. -0.067% per °F (-0.12% per °C); reference temperature = 77°F (25 Update Interval . 50 seconds to 1 minute (5 minutes when dark)Current Data . Instant Reading and Hourly Average; Daily, Monthly High Resolution . 1 minuteAccuracy. ±1 minuteReference . United States Naval Observatory Inside Temperature (sensor located in console) Resolution and Units . Current Data: 0.1°F or 1°F or 0.1°C or 1°C (user-selectable) Historical Data and Alarms: 1°F or 1°C (user-selectable) Range. +32° to +140°F (0° to +60°C)Sensor Accuracy. ±1°F (±0.5°C) Update Interval . 1 minuteCurrent Data . Instant Reading (user adjustable); Daily, Monthly, Yearly High and Historical Data . Hourly Readings; Daily and Monthly Highs and Lows; Highs and Lows for Last 25 Days; Temp change per hour, Temp change for last 24 hours.
Alarms . High and Low Thresholds from Instant Reading Outside Temperature (sensor located in ISS) Resolution and Units . Current Data: 0.1°F or 1°F or 0.1°C or 1°C (user-selectable) nominal (see Fig. 1) Historical Data and Alarms: 1°F or 1°C (user-selectable) Range. -40° to +150°F (-40° to +65°C)Sensor Accuracy. ±1°F (±0.5°C) above +20°F (-7°C); ±2°F (±1°C) under +20°F (-7°C) Radiation Induced Error (Passive Shield) . +4°F (2°C) at solar noon (insolation = 1040 W/m2, avg. wind speed 2 mph (1 m/s)) (reference: RM Young Model 43408 Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield) Update Interval . 10 to 12 secondsCurrent Data . Instant Reading (user adjustable); Daily, Monthly, Yearly High and Historical Data . Hourly Readings; Daily, Monthly, Yearly Highs and LowsAlarms . High and Low Thresholds from Instant Reading U l t r a V i o l e t ( U V ) R a d i a t i o n I n d e x ( r e q u i r e s V a n t a g e P r o 2 I S S w i t h U V s e n s o r ) Resolution and Units . 0.1 IndexRange . 0 to 16 IndexAccuracy . ±5% of full scale (Reference: Yankee UVB-1 at UV index of 10 Cosine Response . ±4% (0° to 65° incident angle); 9% (65° to 85° incident angle)Update Interval. 50 seconds to 1 minute (5 minutes when dark)Current Data . Instant Reading Resolution and Units . 1°F or 1°C (user-selectable)Range. -110° to +135°F (-79° to +57°C)Accuracy. ±2°F (±1°C) (typical)Update Interval . 10 to 12 secondsSource . United States National Weather Service (NWS)/NOAAEquation Used . Osczevski (1995) (adopted by US NWS in 2001)Variables Used . Instant Outside Temperature and 10-min. Avg. Wind SpeedCurrent Data . Instant Calculation; Hourly, Daily, Monthly, Yearly LowHistorical Data . Hourly, Daily and Monthly LowsAlarm . Low Threshold from Instant Calculation Display Resolution . 16 points (22.5°) on compass rose, 1° in numeric displayRange. 0-360°Accuracy. ±3°Update Interval . 2.5 to 3 secondsCurrent Data . Instant Reading (user adjustable); 10-min. Dominant; Hourly, Daily, Historical Data . Past 6 10-min. Dominants on compass rose only; Hourly, Daily, Resolution and Units . 1 mph, 1 km/h, 0.5 m/s, or 1 knot (user-selectable)Range. 2 to 180 mph, 2 to 156 knots, 1 to 80 m/s, 3 to 290 km/hUpdate Interval . Instant Reading: 2.5 to 3 seconds, 10-minute Average: 1 minuteAccuracy. ±2 mph (2 kts, 3 km/h, 1 m/s) or ±5%, whichever is greaterCurrent Data . Instant Reading; 10-minute and Hourly Average; 10-minute High Gust with Direction of Gust; 2-minute Average; Hourly High; Daily, Monthly and Yearly High with Direction of High; Beaufort Scale Historical Data . 2.5 sec., 10 min. and Hourly Averages; Hourly Highs; Daily, Monthly and Yearly Highs with Direction of Highs Alarms . High Thresholds from Instant Reading and 10-minute Average W i r e l e s s C o m m u n i c a t i o n S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Transmit/Receive Frequency. US Models: 902 - 928 MHz FHSS ID Codes Available . 8Output Power. 902 - 928 MHz FHSS: FCC-certified low power, less than 8 mW, no license required 868.0 -868.6 MHz FHSS: CE-compliant, less than 8 mW, no license required Line of Sight . up to 1000 feet (300 m)Through Walls. 200 to 400 feet (60 to 120 m) Ì »³° »®¿¬« ®» ß½½« ®¿½§ Figure 4. Full Range Rain Rate Resolution

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