KestrelMet 6000 Cellular Weather Station
Prodata are pleased to announce that we now supply KestrelMet. The KestrelMet 6000 is a reliable cost-effective all-in-one professional weather station for commercial, industrial,
educational, and research applications. Easily deployable and remote, the KestrelMet arrives pre-assembled for fast set up and frustration-free installation. The KestrelMet 6000 includes a low-cost cellular data plan –with the first 3 years FREE — to connect your station to the online monitoring dashboard or the app. Please note: data cellular transmission is set at 15 minute intervals.
Why choose KestrelMet?
Out of The Box & Ready to Go
The KestrelMet 6000 is a fully configured all-in-one solution–no guesswork required to choose the right sensor combination. Cellular connectivity and solar power with backup battery make this a completely standalone solution right out of the box.
Quick & Easy Set Up
You can expect a fast, frustration-free set up experience with the KestrelMet 6000– weather station up and running in under 20 minutes from start to finish. There’s no wiring of any sort required. All key weather sensors mount on one sturdy platform with a simple single mast attachment.
Low-Cost Data Plan
Typically, weather stations can come with a hefty premium for cellular data coverage, but the KestrelMet comes with first 3 years FREE. No hidden activation fees.
Reliable Cellular Coverage
Get ultra-reliable weather information, even in remote locations. No need to worry about Wi-Fi reception. For professionals or anyone who doesn’t want to deal with interruptions from spotty internet connections, cellular offers the best solution for data reliability.
24-hour aspirated fan for Improved Accuracy
Solar radiation can cause measurement errors and reduce sensor accuracy. Shielding over the air temperature and relative humidity sensors and a 24-hour aspirated fan keep air moving constantly over the sensors. This results in a significant improvement in measurement accuracy versus passive-shielded weather stations with no aspiration fan.