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DAVIS INSTRUMENTS STATION MÉTÉO SANS FIL VANTAGE PRO2 DAVIS INSTRUMENTS DAV-6152EU

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Descriptif technique
Poids de l'article2,3 Kg
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)45,7 x 30,5 x 40,6 cm
Référence produit6152
Hauteur (cm)6 pouces
Longueur (cm) 14 pouces
Largeur (cm) 9 pouces
Poids (Kg) 5.9 kilogrammes
  
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Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 76.765 en Jardin (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr10 février 2011
  
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STATION MÉTÉO SANS FIL VANTAGE PRO2 DAVIS INSTRUMENTS DAV-6152EU



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L'annonce et le descriptif proposé une station Vantage Pro 2 réf 6163 et il m'a été livré une station Vantage Pro 2 réf 6152. Les modèles sont similaires extérieurement mais la 6163 et beaucoup plus complète que 6152. Je ne me suis rendu compte de la chose qu'à la mise en service.
Comme il m'est impossible de retourner la station (déjà montée), j'ai tout de suite demandé au fournisseur de m'envoyer les capteurs manquants. Aucune réponse ne m'est parvenue jusqu'à aujourd'hui (1 mois). Comment faut il appeler cette façon de faire du commerce?
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 If you want accurate weather readings, this is for you. 28 septembre 2015
Par W. Ezell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is my 3rd Davis station, over a period of about 20 years. My first one was a Vantage Pro, my second was a Vantage Vue. Both ended up with charging/power failures. The Vue in particular had a history of problems, replaced mine with this new one because I got tired of changing batteries every 3 months when they were supposed to last 1.5+ years. I'm hoping they've finally gotten the problems sorted out. Other than that, and the high cost, these are really accurate stations. I also participate in several national weather observing programs, my data is always some of the best. If you get one, look up CWOP, the Civilian Weather Observer's Program. You can contribute useful weather data. You will need the (absurdly expensive) IP dongle, though.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Davis Weather Station is the Best 27 juillet 2015
Par JR K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have the Davis Vantage Pro 2, and this is a wonderful weather station. It is easy to install, accurate and packed with many features. I got WeatherLink IP with the station, and I broadcast my weather data to the internet. I installed the Davis Weather App on my smartphone, and now I can see the weather conditions at my house from any location, and I can also link in any Davis Weather Station that is hooked to the internet. Using these other stations, I can see weather conditions within a mile or so of my kids in Louisiana and Canada. Davis has really done a great job with this station.

Some of the other reviewers complain about customer service at Davis. The company that manufactures the weather stations is based in Hayward, California with a web address of www.davisnet.com. I found out that the name Davis is also used by a second company in the Midwest, and this company is also a vendor that sells the Davis weather station. The web address of the second company is www.davis.com. If you call the Davis company in California, you will get wonderful technical support. I have called numerous times and never been disappointed The second Davis company also has a tech support group that is not knowledgeable concerning the weather station. I know because I called them before I realized that they were not the manufacturing company.

One final thought. When hooking up the WeatherLink IP to your router, the instructions say you have to hardwire the weather readout console unit to your router. My router is upstairs in my house and my readout console is downstairs. Using a hardwire connection was not possible. I do, however, use a WiFi extender to make sure I get a good signal strength throughout the house. I simply put my WiFi extender next to my readout console and plugged the console into the extender. It works like a champ.

I highly recommend the Davis Weather Station Vantage Pro 2.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Good quality, bad/ancient console design. 15 mars 2015
Par Drew Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Generally the build quality of this weather station is quite good. The sensor suite is well designed, durable and very easy to install. The console is fairly straightforward with a simple and easy to read display. My main complaint is the lack of a usable serial port or any other method for extracting the data from the console. It's absurd to have to pay over $150 for a datalogger when all I (and a lot of people) want to do is transfer the raw data to a computer/server for processing. For such an expensive system the technology smacks of the 1990s and is generally way behind the curve. It doesn't seem unreasonable to add a simple RS232 or USB port as I can get this on a far cheaper weather station from a competitor. Instead of developing a more robust and modern console Davis has spent most of their development time locking down the existing serial port to only allow the use of their overpriced dataloggers. If you need a basic weather station for light home use then this will do quite nicely. If you need to actually use the data, expect to end up paying a lot more.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Instrument 3 février 2017
Par John C. Wood - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this for my birthday in July, but due to MANY other responsibilities, I was not able to get it installed until Jan 28. It replaced a very old Davis Instruments weather station, that I also loved, but it gave up the ghost after only 20 years. Go figure. Vantage Pro2 was a breeze to install. I haven't installed the Weather Link system yet, and I separated the anemometer, placing it on a 40 foot pole, due to surrounding tree interference. The console has an abundance of information, is user friendly to install, setup, and read, and the lighted screen is a huge plus that the old unit didn't have. We live at the beach in the Pacific Northwest, and "we do have weather". It is fun to watch the wind and rain stats, as well as be able to see the forecast. Fabulous instrument.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Davis Weather 16 février 2015
Par R. Petersen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I will preface this with the fact that I've only had this station a couple of weeks so I can't speak to any long term issues. But out of the box this was a breeze to set up and has worked very well. No connectivity issues with the console, even with the sensor suite at one end of the house and the console at the other end. The wind sensor has a nice long (40') cable so you can place the sensor at the top of your house and still connect to the sensor suite, a big plus since it allows you to place the wind sensors away from any obstruction. You can mount this to a pole (another extra expense) but the mounting bracket will connect directly to the side of a house or a deck or any wood structure without problem so the pole mounting is not really necessary. The "solar shield" that comes with the base model is not recommended. I would suggest that you get the model of station that comes with the fan asperated solar shield, especially if you live in a hot climate (like here in AZ), and if you are like me and like all the bells and whistles, get them. I'm spending a ton on the added sensors and whatnot (fan solar shield, solar sensor, UV sensor, wireless remote anemometer, etc) when I could have just got the "full-blown" system and saved all the time of adding them after the fact. The rain gauge comes with spikes that can be added to the sides to deter birds and a screen that fits down inside to keep leaves and debris from clogging up the gauge. Now the reason I didn't give 5 stars is because you have to purchase the WeatherLink data logger if you want to connect to your computer for an additional $140. That comes with software (which I didn't need) and you can't buy the data logger without software. It would be nice if Davis would offer just the data logger for a reduced price. On top of this the software they offer, at least for a Mac, is substandard at best. Of course there are a few third-party Mac weather software options available (another extra expense) that work very, very well with the Davis system. I use Weather Snoop 3 and it does a great job. Overall I would definitely recommend this station to everyone as long as you understand there will most likely be more to purchase in addition to the basic station.

Just found out something: If you leave the backlight turned on the console will not give an accurate inside temp reading. I couldn't understand why the inside temp was around 5 degrees higher than any other sensor I owned (yes, I own several). I had left the console light permanently on. After I turned it off the temp readings dropped fairly quickly to something closer to normal. So remember to only use the backlight for a quick check, don't leave it on 24/7.
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